We are proud to be making our debut at the biggest event in Scotland’s third sector calendar.
Residents at our Lifehouse (centre for people experiencing homelessness) in Blackburn received a visit from local school pupils laden with food.
Fourfields Community Primary School in Yaxley has been rewarded with £200 in return for the efforts of pupils, their families and staff who have been collecting clothes, shoes and household textiles via the Recycle With Michael scheme.
A new café aimed at creating a hub for the community has thrown open its doors for the first time at The Salvation Army on Stanley Street in Nelson.
Today (Friday 20 February) is the World Day of Social Justice, a day that prompts us to look around us, recognise the injustice that darkens our world
Members of a gym in Altrincham donated money for the coffee they'd normally receive free as part of a loyalty scheme to raise money for The Salvation Army’s Homelessness Services in the local area and raised £450.
Parliamentary football team captain Karl McCartney, MP for Lincoln, received the trophy recognising the team’s defeat of our charity champions.
It’s that time of year again when those loved up desperately look for last minute chocolates, flowers or cuddly toys for their partners, where new couples fret about the message a particular gift will send, and where couples with children try not to let their abundant lack of sleep get in the way – yes, it’s Valentine’s Day.
This is your moment. Don't lose what you love to climate change, just because no one knew you cared.
Diners at an Edinburgh restaurant are raising money to help The Salvation Army tackle homelessness in the capital.