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Schools Involvement

When we teach young people about social issues, inequality and injustice, we’re empowering them with the empathy and understanding required to make a positive difference in the world.


The best start

Introducing young people to concepts of social justice early allows them to inform their own values, lets them know they’re part of something bigger and inspires them to get involved. And by developing an appreciation of the world around them, young people learn that, whatever they’re going through, they’re not alone. 

Our schools teams offers programs, workshops and tours to primary and secondary school students to raise awareness and challenge young people to bring about positive change. We have a range of programs aligned with state curriculum, and The Oasis Program on youth homelessness is in line with the national curriculum for Year 9 Health and Physical Education. 

Contact your state representative to find out more about programs in your local area:

South Australia

Public Relations Office

Ph: (08) 8404 6939
Fax: (08) 8388 3362
Email: wendy.dunlop@aus.salvationarmy.org


Sarah Davidson
Schools Development Representative

Ph: (03) 6228 8414
Fax:  (03) 6228 7198
Mobile: 0429 213 385
Email: sarah.davidson@aus.salvationarmy.org 


Ben McVeigh
Schools Development Representative

Ph: (03) 8541 4552
Mobile: 0438 798 539
Email: ben.mcveigh@aus.salvationarmy.org

Western Australia

Darren Reynolds
Schools Development Coordinator

Ph: (08) 9260 9523
Fax: (08) 9227 7134
Mobile: 0438 530 853
Email: darren.reynolds@aus.salvationarmy.org 


Madeleine Mackay-Law
Salvos Schools Liaison

Ph: (02) 9266 9573
Email: madeleine.mackay-law@aue.salvationarmy.org