The Salvation Army is an international Christian Movement, operating in 132 countries. The Salvation Army believes in expressing their faith in charitable work in a holistic manner, providing services that look after the mind, body and spirit. Since the first meeting in South Australia in 1880, where John Gore said, "If there's a man here who hasn't had a square meal today, let him come home to tea with me,". The Salvation Army works with all demographics and ages across Australia – in cities, country towns and rural communities to bring hope where it’s needed most.

Our local Salvation Army expressions in the Greater Western Sydney are deeply committed to celebrating and embracing the cultural diversity of our community. We have a long history of supporting those from the CaLD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) community in Western Sydney who are vulnerable and facing great hardship