More than 860 people have been helped six months on since the launch of an innovative new scheme to get people who are homeless or ex-offenders back on their feet.
In our latest News Buzz, our church in Southampton has been raising funds for a family after a gas explosion left them homeless, we feature in BBC One's new look Songs of Praise and this Christmas our Trading Company is encouraging people to uncover the ‘treasure trove of gift potential’ in its shops.
Some of the most vulnerable boys in Kakamega, Kenya have played their first competitive football match wearing kit donated by Bolton Wanderers FC, thanks to the work of Bolton Corps.
Baroness Olly Grender MBE of Kingston upon Thames visited a West End project that aims to help homeless and isolated people find a place in their community and prevent them from spiralling into addiction.
Two charities have teamed up once again to make Christmas brighter for thousands of children and families across Northern Ireland.
Scottish Government Minister Aileen Campbell today hailed a Salvation Army initiative designed to support children visiting family members at Edinburgh Prison.
A scheme, aimed at helping those furthest from employment to find a job has been making a real difference in Nottingham.
This World Toilet Day (19th November) read why good sanitation is so important, and how The Salvation Army is helping communities in Malawi to address this problem.
In this week's News Buzz, we pay tribute to the fallen at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday, we welcome tighter restrictions on payday loan companies and provide support to potential victims of modern slavery.
The Rt Hon Baroness Hilary Armstrong of Hill Top visited The Salvation Army's Southwick Community Project in Sunderland which is on the front line of our battle against poverty in the UK.