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Floods wreak havoc for small communities in WA

24 January 2023

The floods in WA have been devastating for affected residents. Flood help is currently being offered by the Salvos and we know that there is a lot more to do.

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Through the fire: Fiona's story

16 January 2023

Fiona and her husband, Angus, lost their home and everything in it when the Black Summer bushfires devastated major parts of Australia in la...

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Bushfires generosity will not be betrayed by charities

5 February 2020

ACNC Commissioner, the Hon Dr Gary Johns, addresses concerns raised about charities' use of funds for bushfire relief in a column published...

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Bushfire recovery efforts

31 January 2020

With several fires still burning out of control, The Salvation Army remains active in its response – supporting emergency personnel a...

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Ensuring firefighters are well-fed on Kangaroo Island

14 January 2020

For months, firefighters and emergency personnel have sacrificed their own time and personal safety to combat the spread of bushfires during...

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Courage and compassion shines through

13 January 2020

On behalf of The Salvation Army, Assistant Chief Secretary Winsome Merrett expresses our gratitude to each and every person who has helped...

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Australia rallies as devastating bushfires continue

10 January 2020

The Salvation Army has been overwhelmed by the generosity of everyday Australians as catastrophic bushfires continue to impact lives. Your k...

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International volunteers reinforce local teams as bushfire crisis continues

5 January 2020

Salvation Army volunteers continue to provide around-the-clock support to disaster-affected communities around the country. Here is the lat...

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Salvo volunteers continuing to cater to thousands of evacuees and firefighters as the bushfire crisis escalates

3 January 2020

Salvation Army Emergency Services crews and an army of fresh Salvo volunteers are continuing to cater to thousands of evacuees and firefight...

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