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February 2015

February 25th 2015
| by Joss

We are proud to be making our debut at the biggest event in Scotland’s third sector calendar.

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February 24th 2015
| by Joss

Residents at our Lifehouse (centre for people experiencing homelessness) in Blackburn received a visit from local school pupils laden with food. 

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February 23rd 2015
| by Gaby

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.

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February 23rd 2015
| by Sonia

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. 

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February 20th 2015
| by Joss

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 

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February 19th 2015
| by Sonia

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. 

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February 17th 2015
| by Joss

Parliamentary football team captain Karl McCartney, MP for Lincoln, received the trophy recognising the team’s defeat of our charity champions.

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February 13th 2015
| by Gaby
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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.

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February 11th 2015
| by Joss

This is your moment. Don't lose what you love to climate change, just because no one knew you cared. 

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February 10th 2015
| by Joss

Diners at an Edinburgh restaurant are raising money to help The Salvation Army tackle homelessness in the capital. 

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