High School gets behind Salvos

Eden Marine High School students and staff came out in force for the Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal on Friday, wearing red and raising $453 in donations.

Eden Marine High School students and staff came out in force for the Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal on Friday, wearing red and raising $453 in donations.

Eden Marine High School raised $453 at its Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal on Friday.

Students and staff came through the gates in their droves, wearing red and bringing a gold coin donation to support the appeal.

The Red Shield Appeal is The Salvation Army's primary annual fundraising drive, with volunteers to do the doorknocking rounds this weekend in aid of the appeal.

The Salvation Army says the appeal offers Australians from all walks of life a chance to not only get behind the Salvos but to be part of transforming the lives of people right around the country.

If you're unable to get out and collect, you can sign up for the Salvos’ virtual doorknock.

Create your own fundraising profile, share it with your friends via social media and email, and raise much-needed funds for the Red Shield Appeal online.

To find out more about the Red Shield Appeal or to sign up for the virtual doorknock, click here.

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