The Salvation Army in Nottingham has partnered with the Intu Victoria Centre in Nottingham, the local shopping centre, to raise money – and donations of food – for the vulnerable and marginalised in the city centre, thanks to their Can-Can appeal.
In this colourful magazine we share engaging stories about the newest happenings in all of our programmes - Watershed, Farm, Generation, Human Trafficking, and Embrace.
A Salvation Army centre for homeless people in Bristol has carried home the cup after competing against dozens of teams from across the country.
Thirty-six delegates from 23 European countries met in Budapest, Hungary, to develop and launch The Salvation Army’s European anti-human trafficking response.
The Salvation Army marks Anti-Slavery Day with a dramatic reconstruction of the sale of real people through human trafficking.
Ben Cotterill, a cadet at The Salvation Army’s William Booth College, ran the 2013 London Marathon to raise money for our WATERSHED programme. Here he gives advice for all those hoping to run in 2014.
The Salvation Army has paid tribute to the 439 miners who lost their lives in the UK's worst pit disaster.
The UN has set aside today (11th October) to focus our attention on addressing the challenges girls face and promoting girls’ empowerment.
Hundreds of people from The Salvation Army’s centres for homeless people will have the opportunity to learn skills from the most capped male England football player of all time today (Thursday, October 10) as part of a five-a-side football tournament in Birmingham.
Pizza entrepreneur and founder of Papa John's, John Schnatter, visited Springfield Lodge today to give tips to young residents on how their could achieve their goals and chase their dreams.