Power of partnerships
Why partnerships are important and valued by Salvos
Hamish’s heart of gold
It’s not just the Logies—everything Hamish Blake touches seems to turn to gold.
It’s often said that everything old is new again, which is a pretty broad generalisation and, for me, only partly true.
David Emerson is the Director of Community and Stadia for the Melbourne-based Collingwood Football Club, and a firm believer in the way in which their partnership with the Salvos is helping those in need—and their players.
Taking love on the road
The Bellarine Salvos Outreach Van is taking Salvos like Bailey James and Andrew Fitzpatrick on a road trip to people in need.
Leave No Trace [ G ]
[ book ] Australians on the Western Front 1918 by David Cameron
[ book ] The Whole Bright Year by Debra Oswald
Building healthy partnerships
Organisations like the Salvos would not be able to do all their good work without the partnerships they have built with Aussies from all across the country.
I’m a firm believer in the power of sport to make a positive change in our communities, but it’s important to remember that sporting organisations shouldn’t be expected to provide health care or welfare services—that’s not what they are designed for.