The Salvation Army’s International Development department (SAID UK) and Children’s Ministries Unit (CMU) have just relaunched Change 4 Change, a fundraising campaign created by children.
Hundreds of people facing the challenges of homelessness was joined by footballing legend John Barnes MBE at Partnership Trophy, our national football tournament, on Thursday 24 September 2015.
BBC1 has commissioned the landmark series Paul O’Grady: The Sally Army & Me. The 6 x 30 minutes series, co-produced by Potato and Olga TV, coincides with The Salvation Army’s 150th Anniversary.
A new exhibition showcasing fashion items designed and created by residents from projects run by the Salvation Army Housing Association (Saha) and The Salvation Army is now on in central London, coinciding with London Fashion Week.
Residents from a Salvation Army centre for people experiencing homelessness will be on hand to help with emergency cycle repairs in the first of a series of races across the globe.
Textiles collected from the kerbside of residents in Wyre will now be donated to charity, thanks to a new arrangement between the council and the Salvation Army Trading Company.
Over the past year the International Development UK Engagement team have travelled length and breadth of the country to deliver talks and workshops to a variety of Salvation Army groups.
Fashionable shoppers welcomed the first Salvation Army boutique charity shop in Scotland with open arms on Thursday 3rd September.
The Salvation Army is responding to the refuge crisis across Europe, providing practical, emotional and spiritual support to those affected.
Over 800 people join in as The Salvation Army celebrates 25 years of the Hadleigh Training Centre