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International Development

children in Fiji

We support those in need in New Zealand, and that support extends by providing help overseas in a wide variety of ways.

Just Gifts

Just Gifts is a great way to support The Salvation Army's work in needy countries. You can buy a specific gift online, knowing exactly how that money will be spent and that it will go to those who need it the most.

Just Gifts currently support these countries:

f.o.o.d Programme

By setting aside just $1 a week you can help relieve hunger in underdeveloped and famine-prone countries.

'Families Offer One Dollar' is a project that seeks to remind Christians in developed countries of their responsibility towards the millions of deprived and starving people in under-developed and famine-prone countries.

Fiji Family Care Centre Sponsorship

Our Family Care Centres in Suva, Lautoka and Labasa are safe houses for women escaping domestic violence, homelessness and human trafficking.

A ‘one off’ donation of $100 would assist one family with support & medical care, or for $30 a month, you can provide ongoing support of this work on a regular basis.

Child sponsorship

Countless children need the care and support of The Salvation Army. Without this care children would have nowhere to sleep, go hungry and miss going to school.

With your financial support, The Salvation Army can help care for children in need developing healthy, happy, fulfilled young people.

You can make a difference with a regular commitment of $30 per month, that's around $1 a day.

Development projects

The Salvation Army International Development works with some of the poorest communities around the world, providing the resources they need to restore their physical, economic, social and spiritual well-being.

We partner with you to ensure the development of ‘high needs’ projects under The Salvation Army’s care, receive funds where it’s needed.

The Salvation Army takes care to ensure where aid is considered and applied, child protection policies are in place, those with disabilities are not excluded, gender equity is applied, and inclusive learning opportunities are made for all recipients.


For more information:

Major Alister Irwin
Territorial International Development Officer
Phone: (027) 245 1658
Email: Major Alister Irwin