Since 2003, December 9 has been designated by the United Nations as International Anti-Corruption Day, aiming to raise awareness of corruption and what people can do to fight it.
The Salvation Army brought some Christmas joy to the parliamentary carol service at Westminster Hall, London, with music provided by members of the International Staff Band and a prayer offered by Territorial Commander Commissioner Clive Adams at the start of the service.
The world leader of The Salvation Army – General André Cox - has paid tribute to Nelson Mandela in a letter to the family of the former South African President.
The current leader of The Salvation Army honoured Retired General Eva Burrows at the launch of a book to mark 20 years since her retirement from active service with the Church and charity.
The Salvation Army's emergency response units up and down the UK are offering widespread support to victims of flooding from the recent severe weather and tidal surges.
Roller-skates, a bicycle, a toy puppy when my parents wouldn’t let me have a real one – these are some of my most memorable Christmas presents. Then there were the more perplexing presents.
Our double-decker bus service that provides food, shelter and aid for homeless people in Cardiff is back on the road thanks to a supermarket’s £10,000 donation.
The Salvation Army's carol concert in Dublin will take place at St Ann's Church in Dublin on Saturday December 7. This year's event promises to be the best yet, with music from Wesley College Choir and the charity's Belfast Temple Band.
A Salvation Army initiative to help people in Nechells find work has welcomed Shabana Mahmood MP through its doors to see how it is helping people in the community.
The Salvation Army today launches its Great Christmas Card Off, an innovative digital inclusion project that aims to both show solidarity with isolated and vulnerable people this Christmas, and increase the Church and Charity’s online presence, by shooting for 50,000 signatures to an electronic Christmas card.