In this week's News Buzz, bargain hunters enjoy some retail therapy as our Trading Company celebrates the launch of its 200th shop, youth cafe forges ahead in Sutton-In-Ashfield and one inspirational boy is on the ball for cancer charity...
Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) celebrated the landmark launch of its 200th shop in Caterham, Surrey (on 23 October, 2014).
A former resident of a Salvation Army centre for people who are homeless has been competing in the Homeless World Cup in Chile after being picked for the England team.
A Salvation Army youth club in Openshaw, Manchester has helped a 12 year old organise a FIFA tournament to raise £129 for the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity..
A new project, aimed at giving young people in Sutton-In-Ashfield somewhere safe to go at the weekends while reducing anti social behaviour was officially opened at a special preview event by East Midlands Divisional Commander Majors Wayne and Deborah Bungay.
In this week's News Buzz, our Cardiff Bus Project celebrates ten years helping homeless people, we continue to address and monitor the Ebola epidemic in west Africa and our Family Tracing Service reunites a family after 68 years.
In a break from the strong wind and rain, shoppers in Hemel Hempstead were treated to a spell of sunshine yesterday morning.
First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones has praised The Salvation Army’s homelessness work in Cardiff at a special event to mark the 10th anniversary of its Bus Project.
Following the release of our latest human trafficking report, we held a unique and powerful event on 14 October to raise awareness of the issue of modern slavery
In this week's News Buzz, we congratulate the winners of our Partnership Trophy - Logos House Lifehouse in Bristol, a new report reveals a dramatic growth in victims of human trafficking requiring our support and more...