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Visit our Christmas website for helpful tips and resources, inspiring stories, and ideas on how you can spread hope to others. Go to the Christmas website
Long after the crisis of a disaster passes, the personal recovery continues. Still Standing is a website with information to assist in long term recovery from natural disasters. Find out more
The Salvation Army's International Development office works to address injustice, poverty within developing communities internationally without discrimination Find out more
When Bev Mann started collecting teddy bears for kids in Port Moresby's slums, she never thought her mission would take her back to PNG - twice.
The Salvation Army is still standing by those affected by the bushfires; read our interim report to find out how we've been assisting survivors as they rebuild their lives.
At the age of seven, Tamara Ashby took a hypodermic needle to school for show and tell. She had no idea that it was unusual to have new and used needles littered around a family home.
For information on The Salvation Army Australia Eastern Territory and the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, please visit our dedicated website.