The Salvation Army is responding after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal early on Saturday morning (April 25), devastating the capital region of Kathmandu. Early reports suggest that more than 3,400 people have died
Work to create an innovative community of affordable housing for local people has started at a site on Broad Lane, Bramley in Leeds which incorporates Mount Cross and Copper Beech Nursery.
Diners at an Edinburgh restaurant have raised money to help tackle homelessness in the city.
A new group to help tackle food poverty in Keighley was launched this week by the town’s Mayor, Cllr Graham Mitchell, and The Salvation Army’s Keighley church.
Young people from West Yorkshire have given up some of their Easter holiday to help out at The Salvation Army’s latest project in Bradford, The Orchard which opened last month.
A small group of people from Brighouse, which has been putting a little by every week for just under a year, has reached their goal of raising £600 to support our International Development work.
Access Self Storage gave a large number of Easter eggs to Salvation Army minister Captain Emma Scott to benefit families in Mitcham.
An innovative project which aims to work with the community to support people experiencing homelessness with low to medium needs in Bradford has opened today, 23rd March 2015.