The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is one of the largest national providers of welfare services in Australia.

Since 1880, The Salvation Army has had a significant history of working with and advocating for the rights and needs of disadvantaged people in our community.

Consistent with the values of human dignity, justice, hope, compassion and community, The Salvation Army is committed to the promotion of social justice and the protection of the rights of disadvantaged and marginalized people.

We help over one million people every year recover from disasters, addictions, loss, homelessness and many other kinds of trauma. We believe that we give hope where it is needed most, and this is only possible because the generous support of people like you.


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AUD $60

A Food Hamper For A Family In Need

$60 provides a food hamper so that a struggling family doesn't need to go hungry. With the rising costs of living, some parents struggle to pro... Read More

AUD $80

Contribute To One Casework Session For A...

This gift can contribute to one Doorways casework session for a person to take steps toward achieving their own goals and making positive changes i... Read More

AUD $90

Can Help A Fellow Australian Who Has Fal...

Financial hardship is the unfortunate reality for many Australians for an array of reasons. More recently, the COVID-19 health and economic crisis ... Read More

AUD $100

Clothing For 5 People Needing To Present...

The Salvos are there for people in their greatest moments of need. Clients of ours often need assistance in preparing for court appearances. This g... Read More

AUD $107

A Day's Worth Of Emergency Accommodation...

Provide a day's worth of emergency accommodation and support to someone looking for long-term accommodation. A lot of the time accommodation is... Read More

AUD $500

Helps 4 People Overcome Their Immediate ...

Helps four people overcome their immediate crisis situation by providing a month’s worth of comprehensive support. The Salvos are there to provide ... Read More