Choose from these current events and appeals to help Kiwis in need in your community.
Reporter Newsletter August 2014
Find out how your support helps The Salvation Army to assist people find safe and secure homes for their families.
Can you imagine not being able to feed or clothe your child properly? At The Salvation Army, we see the impact of poverty on children like Jamie every day.Your donation will help us change the lives of Kiwi kids living in poverty,
Now in its 20th year, Kmart is once again partnering with The Salvation Army to collect gifts for Kiwis in need through their Kmart Wishing Tree Appeal.
The Wattie’s Cans Film Festival is back for the 21st time on 12 November to help Kiwis in need by collecting cans of food for Salvation Army food banks.
All proceeds from an art exhibition and sale on 28-29 November featuring the works of various Waikato artists will go toward running The Salvation Army Positive Lifestyle Programme - a life changing approach to helping families develop a more sustainable and independent existence.
On Friday 10 October - World Homeless Day - The Salvation Army will be running team-based homeless events in Auckland, Palmerston North, Wellington and Invercargill to raise funds and increase awareness about the new reality of homelessness in New Zealand. You can help make a difference by taking part.
An increasing number of Salvation Army clients are living precariously, the most acute cases living in vehicles, unlined garages or in overcrowded, substandard houses.
Every day The Salvation Army works hard to bring hope to people like Jenny and her children. But we cannot do this alone. Please stand side by side with Kiwis in need by giving to our Red Shield Appeal.
Your donation will strengthen our response to the great humanitarian need in the aftermath of the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
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