Salvos seek support

WA BUSINESS and industry leaders are being asked to dig deep to help the Salvation Army meet its multi-million dollar commitments to the community.

The WA Government has already given the Salvos $40,000.

Fair Trading Minister Doug Shave said without WA business support, the Salvation Army’s 70 WA centres providing social and community programs would not operate.

He said the recent cyclone at Exmouth and the Moora floods showed the Salvos’ hands-on approach.

“The Salvos cannot do this alone,” he said. “They need the assistance of us all, including government, business and the community.”

The Salvos Red Shield Business and Industry Appeal was launched on April 20 at a breakfast sponsored by Precedent Financial Services.

The target for this year’s Business Appeal is $650,000. Businesses wishing to donate are asked to phone 9227-7010.

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