The Salvation Army Employment Plus was established as an agency by The Salvation Army to deliver on their aim of helping people find work to support their well-being.
As a not-for-profit organisation, any surplus we make is directed back into The Salvation Army’s social programs – providing relief to the homeless, the underprivileged, victims of disaster and many other local programs that make a difference in people’s lives.
The Salvation Army was established in London in 1865, and made its way to Australia in 1880. Today, The Salvation Army in Australia has over 350 established corps (churches) across Australia that work hand-in-hand with their social programs. Through these programs, the Salvos supported almost 190,000 people in 2018 in cities, country towns and rural communities, across every demographic and age group. They’re involved in national issues while also bringing hope to people who may be experiencing hardship or injustice.
The services provided by the Salvos are broad and far-reaching, including accommodation services, addiction recovery, aged care, emergency relief, support for our Defence Force, youth support, chaplaincy and financial counselling, among others.
For more information please visit The Salvation Army Australia.