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July 2014

July 24th 2014
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Volunteers have been working around the clock to hand out bottles of water to thirsty Commonwealth Games visitors.

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July 24th 2014
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Media Statement and Case Study on The Salvation Army’s letter to The Times on the Government’s independent review of sanctions

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July 23rd 2014
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The Salvation Army is taking part in an anti-human trafficking campaign during the Commonwealth Games.

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July 22nd 2014
| by Joss

The Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) is delighted to announce that through its strong retail, reuse and recycling profits, it has donated over £10.1 million to The Salvation Army.

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July 22nd 2014
| by Gaby
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The Salvation Army is taking part in a scheme to give athletes' families and volunteers a place to stay during the Commonwealth Games.

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July 22nd 2014
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As Glasgow prepares for one of the biggest sporting events in its history, The Salvation Army is getting set to help look after thousands of sports fans.

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July 17th 2014
| by Gaby

A mission trip to the Ukraine, the launch of a new Employment Plus initiative and celebrating two big birthdays make this week's Salvation Army News Buzz.

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July 17th 2014
| by Anonymous

The Salvation Army has signed a letter along with other faith groups to oppose the Assisted Dying Bill, a Private Member’s Bill that has been brought before the UK Parliament by Lord Falconer, the Former Lord Chancellor. 
 

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July 17th 2014
| by Gaby

Carl Jobson, Information & Resources Officer for The Salvation Army International Development (UK), reflects on the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela.

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July 11th 2014
| by Joss

Our Commissioning 2014 - Disciples of the Cross Session, our Recycles bicycle project in Swindon and the use of foodbank makes this week's top stories.
 

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