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Salvos Caring mission is to assist the vulnerable, the lonely, the sick and the aged with love and acts of kindness.
The ministry involves local corps (church) members of all ages reaching out in meaningful ways to care for people in their community.

Jennifer ClokeContact Major Jennifer Cloke
Salvos Caring Consultant
Territorial Mission Resources Department

P: (03) 8878 4767
F: (03) 8878 4826
E: jennifer.cloke@aus.salvationarmy.org


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What We Do

Providing support to the Corps (church) by:
Visiting the sick and lonely
Providing practical assistance where possible

Visiting People:
In their own homes
In hostels and nursing homes 

Supporting the lonely, whether:
Elderly
Single parent
Homeless teenage
Person living alone

Elderly
Single parent
Homeless teenage
Person living alone - See more at: http://www.sarmy.org.au/en/Ministry/SalvosCaring/?id=2502_128865&idkeep=True&epslanguage=en#sthash.ICm5NBUE.dpuf
Elderly
Single parent
Homeless teenage
Person living alone - See more at: http://www.sarmy.org.au/en/Ministry/SalvosCaring/?id=2502_128865&idkeep=True&epslanguage=en#sthash.ICm5NBUE.dpuf

Caring for the sick, in hospital or at home:
By visitation
By offering transport or other requests

Involvement in the Family Support Service by helping with:
Material aid 
Budget counselling (training required)
Shopping advice

Supporting prison chaplains through:
Prison visitation
Support for families of prisoners

Salvos caring people are those who are willing to be:
Gardeners
Visitors
Hairdressers
Craft teachers
Cooks
Drivers
People with some time to give, love to share, and a real desire to help people reach their full potential.