EACH year, the Salvation Army provides assistance to more than one million Australians.
But now they need your help.
The Salvation Army are calling for volunteer collectors to help with the annual Red Shield Appeal door knock across Logan this weekend.
Salvation Army Captain Dennis McGuigan said there were two ways in which people could help.
"We have static points within the community where people will be collecting money as well as door knocking within the community," Mr McGuigan said.
"We will have people at local Bunnings Warehouses, Daisy Hill Shopping Centre, the Hyperdome and Logan Mega Centre.
"But we are always calling for more volunteers because it is the community that helps us to make a difference.
"In the Logan area, we are hoping to raise more than $15,000 which will help our rehabilitation centres, welfare centres, aged care, homelessness and disability services."
Mr McGuigan's wife, Sue, who is also a Salvation Army Captain, has been organising volunteers for the appeal and said anybody could help.
"If people want to help us, they just need to come in and bring their identification," Mrs McGuigan said.
"But if people are bringing a team of young people, you will need to have a blue card.
"The most important thing is, you can help make a difference with us."
Salvation Army volunteers will be out collecting at the Logan Hyperdome this week before their door-knock appeal commences.
If you would like to assist the Salvation Army in their Red Shield Appeal, phone 13 72 58 or Mr McGuigan directly on 0421 508 764.