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Salvos use Beef Australia 2015 to raise awareness of support services

Salvos use Beef Australia 2015 to raise awareness of support services

11 May 2015

Beef Australia 2015 has provided a platform for The Salvation Army to raise awareness of its rural services and accept donations for the national Salvos Rural Appeal.... Read more

Sikh community reaches out to drought-affected farmers

Sikh community reaches out to drought-affected farmers

3 March 2015

It was a segment on the Alan Jones program on Sydney’s 2GB radio station that first alerted Amar Sin... Read more

Wayne marvels at miracle of God's provision

Wayne marvels at miracle of God's provision

23 February 2015

For Kyogle-based dairy farmer Wayne Dodge, hope shines brightest in the darkest times.... Read more

Passion and pain on the land

Passion and pain on the land

16 February 2015

When service veteran Robert lost his farm and fell into debt, things looked hopeless, but the Salvos... Read more

Salvos provide hope in darkest times

Salvos provide hope in darkest times

9 February 2015

In retirement, they had planned to leave their church – Camberwell Corps – in the leafy suburbs of M... Read more

Helping out a mate

Helping out a mate

2 February 2015

Salvos launch new rural appeal.... Read more

Outback mission brings hope and laughter to the bush

Outback mission brings hope and laughter to the bush

7 November 2014

When a 12-year-old girl from a remote rural town in drought- ravaged western Queensland thanked Capt... Read more

Farmers are not alone thanks to drought donations

Farmers are not alone thanks to drought donations

30 May 2014

The funds from this year’s drought appeals are still bringing hope and much-needed financial relief ... Read more

Phillip and Barbara's Story - Salvation Army NSW Rural Chaplains

Phillip and Barbara's Story - Salvation Army NSW Rural Chaplains

13 May 2014

Salvation Army Rural Chaplains Majors Peter and Jean Ridley minister to farmers needs, whether that ... Read more

Miraculous intervention in country Queensland

Miraculous intervention in country Queensland

17 March 2014

Divisional Envoy Neville Radecker has spent six years bringing hope to struggling farmers in his rol... Read more

Drought relief for NSW farmers

Drought relief for NSW farmers

4 March 2014

Farmers across drought-affected rural New South Wales are seeing some relief, with strong community ... Read more

Christmas gifts up in flames

Christmas gifts up in flames

20 December 2013

In January this year, in the middle of a dry summer, more than 50 houses and 50 hectares of land wer... Read more

Farmsitters a godsend

Farmsitters a godsend

16 October 2013

Many Australians could not imagine working every day from dawn to dusk, or living at work and never ... Read more

Building community in Quambone

Building community in Quambone

17 September 2013

A development project two hours northwest of Dubbo is re-connecting the community and bringing much-... Read more

Farmers face a dry spell

Farmers face a dry spell

29 April 2013

The Salvos Rural Chaplains, Envoys Vicki and Lloyd Graham, are helping farmers facing droughts in no... Read more

Littlehales' have Salvo chaplains to thank

Littlehales' have Salvo chaplains to thank

15 May 2012

The Salvation Army’s rural chaplains continue to provide assistance for those affected by floods tha... Read more

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.