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Help us bring hope to drought-affected rural communities this Christmas. If you need support, call 1300 36 36 22. Donate now
Salvos in communities around the country will be joining together this Christmas to celebrate the birth of Jesus and the hope He brings to the world. Find your local Salvos
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With the tragic end to the siege at the Lindt Cafe in Sydney's Martin Place, our thoughts and prayers are with all involved as we offer support to those who need it.
The festive season can be a difficult time for people who are alone, facing hard times or struggling financially. We need to raise $15 million to help 300,000 Aussies in need this Christmas.
Young people can look forward to a safer night out in Sydney this summer thanks to a Safe Space that will offer assistance to vulnerable young people who may be intoxicated or affected by drugs.
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.