Kyabram Salvation Army calls for the community to pitch in for it's annual doorknock.May 14, 2014 3:10am
Kyabram Salvo's want as many people as possible to pitch in for this years annual Doorknock Appeal.Pictured (left to right): Melva Daye, Miriam Brammer, Yvonne Beecroft
Kyabram residents are urged to volunteer in support of the Salvation Armies Red Shield Appeal doorknock on May 24 and 25.
The Salvation Army is asking Kyabram district residents to give a few hours of their time to help doorknock and raise money to support the one in 20 Australians who will need help from the Salvos this year.
Salvation Army Australia is hoping to raise $10
Last year, the Salvation Army assisted more than 550
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Individuals or groups interested in volunteering can phone Kyabram Salvation Army Captain Gail or John Roberts on 5852
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