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Roylene's 'ugly' black bag of hope

Roylene Conway, who leads the Barraba Salvation Army church in northern NSW, loves her community deeply. At the age of 77, most of her peers are enjoying retirement. But not Roylene – she is still very active serving her hometown community of...

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Experiencing the greatest gift of all

For children in many countries around the world, Christmas is a time of great anticipation and excitement.

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Hope stories

We can all give hope where it's needed most.

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A hope that transforms

She survived breast cancer, but Sharon Thompson couldn’t avoid the perils of alcohol addiction. Lauren Martin spoke to Sharon about h...

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7 ways you can give Hope this Christmas

This Christmas, we think no-one should have to go it alone. Join us in spreading hope where it's needed most.

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Nourishing the soul through food

TV chef Zoe Bingley-Pullin spoke to us about her passion for food, healthy eating and support of the Salvos.

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Cutting through the bling

Jessica Rowe speaks candidly about her support of The Salvation Army which stems from her own battle with mental health issues.

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Bringing cheer to Chatswood's needy

Each year, Chatswood Salvation Army celebrates Christmas by running a 'Christmas Cheer' event to help disadvantaged families in the communit...

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Taking back control

Trapped in a downward spiral of domestic violence, Kate could see no way out, until she sought the help of The Salvation Army.

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