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New Commissioner takes up appointment

1 February 2023

Commissioner Miriam Gluyas, commences her appointment of Territorial Commander and Chair of The Australia Territory Board of The Salvation Army Australia, as of 1 February 2023.​​Having served The Salvation Army for almost 40 years in v...

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Back to school - some tips and tricks to ease the stress

18 January 2023

With a little preparation and planning, you can use our back-to-school budget tips to ease the financial burden and give your little ones a...

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Energy providers join forces to support struggling Australians this Christmas

30 November 2022

  AGL, Alinta and Origin are standing together as a united front, pledging to financially support The Salvation Army and light the way...

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Breaking the cycle

18 November 2022

Calling out violence against women The United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women is observed annually o...

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The right to be safe

18 November 2022

Salvation Army Family and Domestic Violence Services focus on prevention, restoration and healing, providing specialist family and domestic...

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New Salvation Army Australia Territory Commander to commence in 2023

14 November 2022

Lieutenant-Colonel Miriam GluyasThe Territorial Leaders for The Salvation Army Australia, Commissioners Janine and Robert Donaldson will tak...

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Mirvac auctions 'Transformation House' for Red Shield Appeal

2 November 2022

Australian Property Group, Mirvac, is partnering with The Salvation Army to raise $500,000 for the Red Shield Appeal. The ‘Transform...

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Bunnings supports flood-impacted communities with national sausage sizzle fundraiser

25 October 2022

The Salvation Army’s Judi Agnew (Relationship Manager Philanthropy – Fundraising, in the white uniform) and Jayne Campbell (Re...

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Supporting communities affected by recent floods

18 October 2022

The current flood crisis in Victoria, NSW and Tasmania has required local communities to band together, more now than ever. The devastating...

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