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City2Surf fun-runners raise $52,000 for Salvos

City2Surf fun-runners raise $52,000 for Salvos

18 August 2017

A record number of runners raised more than $52,000 for The Salvation Army as part of Sydney's annual City2Surf fun run last Sunday. Read more

Disaster response underway in Sierra Leone after deadly landslides

Disaster response underway in Sierra Leone after deadly landslides

17 August 2017

The Salvation Army in Sierra Leone is responding after torrential rains in the capital, Freetown, caused significant floods and devastating landslides. Read more

The Salvation Army welcomes new measures to eradicate modern slavery

The Salvation Army welcomes new measures to eradicate modern slavery

16 August 2017

The Salvation Army has welcomed today's announcement by the Federal Government to introduce a ground-breaking Modern Slavery Act for Australia - and so change the lives of thousands living in slavery, Read more

Salvos Legal introduces a new practice specialisation aimed at ending modern slavery

Salvos Legal introduces a new practice specialisation aimed at ending modern slavery

16 August 2017

Salvos legal has launched two new initiatives to help counter the evil practice of modern slavery. Read more

Young collectors kicking goals for the Salvos

Young collectors kicking goals for the Salvos

15 August 2017

Caeden and Keilah Roberts encourage Melbourne's AFL fans to give their loose change to make a difference. Read more

The General highlights hope during film launch at IHQ

The General highlights hope during film launch at IHQ

15 August 2017

A film championing the power of conversation in families and neighbourhoods, featuring the community work of two Salvationists, was recently launched at International Headquarters. Read more

Salvos to champion global justice movement at conference

Salvos to champion global justice movement at conference

14 August 2017

The Salvation Army is partnering with one of the world's largest Christian social justice movements for an international conference in Melbourne in October. Read more

Desire to end human trafficking inspires sisters to go on pilgrimage

Desire to end human trafficking inspires sisters to go on pilgrimage

11 August 2017

Major Melanie Holland, and her sister, Juanita McMillan, will trek 280km of the Camino de Santiago later this month, to help victims of human trafficking. Read more

Just Men speaker builds 'framework for the masculine journey'

Just Men speaker builds 'framework for the masculine journey'

11 August 2017

For the past 12 years, David Murrow has had one goal - to help churches create an environment that will engage and connect men to the message of Jesus. Read more

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