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National Transformation Update - 26 March, 2018

26 March 2018

Key Points

  • Overwhelming response to Vision Commitment opportunity
  • National Strategy – A Conversation with the National Commander
  • Duplicate National Transformation Update emails

 

Overwhelming Response to Vision Commitment Opportunity

Last week, thousands of Salvos throughout Australia participated in Vision Commitment celebrations. We have been overwhelmed by the stories of Salvos signing up to the vision, and by the number of vision commitment card responses submitted so far.

Postcodes from the cards will allow us to produce a visual representation of where Salvos have committed to the vision nationwide. We look forward to sharing the completed heat map with you in a future update. Don’t forget, you can send your hardcopy cards to:

Vision Commitment, The Salvation Army

PO BOX A435, Sydney South NSW 1235

Alternatively, leaders can opt to email a spreadsheet summary of the cards they have collected to australiaone@aue.salvationarmy.org or australiaone@aus.salvationarmy.org.

If you would like to sign a digital vision commitment card, you can still do this at others.org.au/visioncommitment.

 

National Strategy - A Conversation with the National Commander

Are you keen to understand more about the National Strategy?  Please click on the clip below to watch a conversation about the National Strategy between David Cairns (Salvo Studios) and Commissioner Floyd Tidd. Stay tuned for more videos about the National Strategy in the weeks ahead!

 

Duplicate National Transformation Update Emails

We have been advised that some lotus notes users have been receiving more than one copy of the weekly National Transformation Update email. We regret that this has happened and we are working to resolve this issue as soon as possible.

The Salvation Army acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present.