Two Salvationists are helping raise awareness of human trafficking today by taking part in a campaign during the Commonwealth Games.
One hundred years ago on Monday 4th August 1914 the UK and Ireland entered the First World War. While we remember those who lost their lives and fought in the conflict, The Salvation Army also pays tribute its volunteers.
The "official" recipe for Salvation Army doughnuts is below. This is the recipe that Salvation Army workers would use during World War I and II when making large amounts of the doughnuts for hungry troops.
The Salvation Army is delighted to join with churches and denominations across the world for Freedom Sunday - a specific day to pray, worship and act on the issue of human trafficking.
We caught up with our Sports Ministry Co-ordinator Bobby Weir to find out how these initiatives are succeeding around the country.
As the Commonwealth Games enters its second week of action, our teams of volunteers are continuing to keep travellers hydrated by giving out water at Central Station, the city’s main train station.
Young people at Salvation Army centres around Scotland have been enjoying all kinds of sports activities to get in the Commonwealth Games spirit.
The Salvation Army’s contribution during the Commonwealth Games, the creations of a talented artist from Devonport House in Plymouth and a record-breaking donation to support our work make this week's Salvation Army News Buzz