At one Lifehouse in Accrington, young people who have nowhere else to go are learning the value, at this crucial point in life, of making a positive choice at their own crossroads.
Regional Safe Mission Adviser (North) Aaron Smith is boosting The Salvation Army’s occupational health and safety credentials.
Glasgow MSP Humza Yousaf has praised The Salvation Army in Easterhouse after spending an afternoon at the corps.
One of The Salvation Army’s youngest cadets has thanked the people of Cumbernauld for making her feel at home after arriving on a 12-week work placement last week.
Narong’ore Village is in Turkana County in dry, arid Northern Kenya. The community suffers from occasional perennial shortage of water mainly due to the semi-arid conditions that prevail there.
The Salvation Army is very concerned and disappointed that the Government has u-turned on its commitment to introduce a Minimum Unit Price for Alcohol in England and Wales.
A forward-thinking, retired Salvation Army officer and surgeon – who spent a lifetime working overseas, transforming the lives of leprosy sufferers – celebrated his 100th birthday in Hawick on Saturday 13 July 2013.
Captain Gary Chaundy, of Eston Salvation Army, is to undertake a cycling challenge that will see him ride a hundred miles a day from the North-Eastern town to Paris, France, in an attempt to raise funds for the Corps, or Church.
Arctic Star and Arctic Emblem awarded to John (Jack) Corry, Belfast Temple Corps
A couple of weeks ago Major Heather Poxon, Director of International Development, was in China visiting a number of projects run by The Salvation Army in some of the most rural parts of this vast country.