In this week's News Buzz, our Anti-Human Trafficking Unit have been supporting trafficking victims following police raids, we launch new ani-cam at Hadleigh Farm to document the lives of rare breeds, and Commissioner Clive Adams takes a dunk in our #FilthyBucketChallenge...
Generous Southeast Londoners provided practical aid to people who are seeking asylum and are accommodated at the Queen’s Hotel, Crystal Palace, in a response co-ordinated by Upper Norwood Salvation Army.
Anne Gregora (Programme Adviser for Anti-Human Trafficking) shares how The Salvation Army is starting to tackle trafficking in Nepal.
After the lack of rain in London thwarted his plans to do the #RainBucketChallenge, we nominated Commissioner Clive Adams to do a #FilthyBucketChallenge instead.
Our Rare Breeds Centre in Hadleigh has launched a video blog to keep visitors in touch with the animals it cares for.
In this week's Salvation Army News Buzz, we join the fight against the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia, our trainees at Hadleigh Training Centre enjoy a fun-packed day with Chef Mike Darracott and our Stanford-le-Hope church held its fourth annual ‘Holiday at Home’ for locals.
It has been 13 years since terrorists hijacked four US passenger planes and crashed them into the Twin Towers in New York and the Pentagon in Washington D.C – killing 3,000 people. The Salvation Army was the first relief agency to reach Ground Zero, reporting within a half-hour following the first plane crash at the World Trade Centre site, as John Berglund remembers.
The Salvation Army has joined the fight against the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia which is "spreading like wildfire", according to its defence minister Brownie Samukai in an address to the UN Security Council.
A chef battling daily obstacles as a result of degenerative brain damage will bring encouragement and teaching to Hadleigh Training Centre students who have faced barriers to learning and employment.