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The Salvation Army Apologises to People Affected by Forced Adoptions

22 December 2022

The Salvation Army Australia would like to offer its most sincere apology to the many mothers, fathers, and babies who are now adults, for the role we played in the policy of forced adoptions in the past and the continuing impact this policy may have...

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COST OF LIVING CRISIS: 77% of Australia's hardest hit will go without food this Christmas, Salvation Army research finds

8 December 2022

For 15.7 million Aussies (61%), Christmas will be anything but joyous due to the impact of the rising cost of living, according to new Salva...

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Australia cannot have wellbeing while people still sleep in cars and go without meals

26 October 2022

The Salvation Army welcomes the focus on measuring wellbeing in addition to economic factors set out in the October 2022 Budget. Australia i...

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The Salvation Army releases funds to assist flood recovery

17 October 2022

The Salvation Army will immediately mobilise up to $2 million from its Red Shield Appeal funds to support communities in flood-affected area...

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Salvos fear homelessness on increase due to inflation and housing stress

5 August 2022

Calls this Homelessness Week to recognise how easy it is to lose a home - and how hard it is to find another The Salvation Army is urging Au...

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The Salvation Army's response to the Prime Minister's speech at the Garma Festival

1 August 2022

The Salvation Army welcomes the further detail provided by the Prime Minister about the wording and pathway to establishing an Aboriginal an...

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Salvos needs donations to help sharp rise in domestic violence victims

15 June 2022

A significant increase in family and domestic violence victims seeking help since the pandemic has left The Salvation Army in need of more f...

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More Australians struggling with housing, food, utilities and health care.

17 May 2022

The Salvation Army research finds 97 per cent of Australia’s most vulnerable struggling below the poverty line. Research conducted by...

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How your flood appeal donation will be used in devastated communities

11 March 2022

As Aussies dig deep to help those in need, Salvos will be there for the long-haul The Salvation Army is grateful so many Australians are dig...

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