The Reporter offers an insight into the work we do in the community - with heartwarming stories of people whose lives have been changed and those who are now giving back to the community they live in.
Printed copies of the Reporter can be obtained directly from the Public Relations Department.
This Christmas, The Salvation Army will work with around 17,000 families in desperate need, with many families coming to us for the first time.
Salvation Army budgeting advisors help desperate people devise workable budgets and provide guidance on planning for the future.
The Salvation Army’s supportive services address areas of a person’s life that may be holding them back from leading self-sufficient and fulfilling lives.
Resene ColorShops were busy adding colour to Kiwi homes and putting food on the table for thousands with a new campaign in February.
A marriage breakdown is often enough to plunge a woman and her children into a cycle of poverty.
Christmas for thousands of families is made less stressful and more joyful thanks largely to the generosity of other New Zealanders.
An increasing number of Salvation Army clients are living precariously, the most acute cases living in vehicles, unlined garages or in overcrowded, substandard houses.
Salvation Army centres provide welfare services, support and education to budgeting service clients who are on low incomes.
Businesses that stand side by side with The Salvation Army are helping struggling families take positive steps toward a brighter future.
For all enquiries regarding fundraising, corporate partnerships and donations, please contact:
The Public Relations Director
PO Box 27001, Wellington, 6141
Phone: +64 4 382 0744
Email: Public Relations