Red Shield Doorknockers Needed to Help Raise Funds in Bacchus Marsh

The Salvation Army is currently calling on Bacchus Marsh residents to get involved with this year’s Red Shield Appeal.

The Red Shield Appeal is the Salvation Army’s biggest national fundraising drive and it is hoped that through this year’s appeal, volunteers from all around Australia will be able to help raise $81.5 million to go towards the Salvation Army’s vast network of social and community services.

In order to raise that amount of funds, the support of communities like Bacchus Marsh is needed, and the Salvation Army is calling on generous individuals to go doorknocking in their neighbourhoods to help raise money for the cause.

Those who volunteer for the Red Shield Appeal are only asked to take two or three hours out of their day to help go doorknocking this weekend, and by doing so they will be playing a vital role in supporting the Salvation Army and the many good deeds that they do.

For those in Bacchus Marsh who are interested in volunteering for this year’s Red Shield Appeal Doorknock, you can register at or you can get in touch with your local Salvos.