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The Reporter

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

Printed copies of the Reporter can be obtained directly from the Public Relations Department.

 'U Build 4 the Rebuild’ set up by The Salvation Army Education and Employment service

A new start for Christchurch trainees

14 Apr | 2014

Businesses that stand side by side with The Salvation Army are helping struggling families take positive steps toward a brighter future.

Murray and his great-grandson

It's all about family

10 Mar | 2014

Every day, people like Murray and his family come to us for assistance to overcome substantial budget challenges and make lasting changes to their lives.

Nicky and her family

Bringing Christmas home

13 Dec | 2013

It can be a dark and desolate time when you have little or no disposable income to provide Christmas for your children.

NZ Breakers basketball team, Crown Relocations and Salvation Armystaff

Playing ball for a good cause

24 Oct | 2013

Crown Relocations and the New Zealand Breakers are teaming up for a major food drive to benefit families facing a bleak Christmas.

Ratree and Clifton

Keeping familes intact

23 Aug | 2013

Thanks to our generous donors, people who come to us for food parcels, budgeting advice and life skills programmes are able to move on to making positive lifestyle changes.

Pamela and family

Helping Kiwis in need

18 Jun | 2013

Find out how your support is helping families break the cycles of poverty and despair in our latest Reporter.

Shopping for school stationery

Companies caring for communities

16 Apr | 2013

Since the start of the recession, the business community has played an increasing role in The Salvation Army's provision of social services.

Chris Clark and daughter

Recession bites hard

25 Feb | 2013

Like a growing number of clients coming to The Salvation Army since the recession, Chris Clark once lived a relatively comfortable life.

Petrina and family

Returning the favour

6 Dec | 2012

Petrina grew up in a violent household. She was a Christchurch street kid at 12 and living with an abusive gang member at 14.

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Contact Public Relations

For all enquiries regarding fundraising, corporate partnerships and donations, please contact:

The Public Relations Director
Shane Chisholm

PO Box 27001, Wellington, 6141
Phone: +64 4 382 0744
Email: Public Relations