The Salvation Army has today launched the first in a series of short films to highlight the key issues affecting its service users ahead of next month’s Scottish Elections.
In light of the recent budget, The Salvation Army has highlighted the importance of homelessness funding with a visit from the Conservative mayoral candidate for London on Friday.
We have seen first-hand the positive benefits people gain from being in work, volunteering or taking part in a work-experience placement
The focus for Paul O’Grady’s latest prime time TV series set to broadcast at 6:05pm on Easter Sunday, 27th March, is the work of The Salvation Army – uncovering the sheer scope of the social services the Church and charity delivers to some of the most vulnerable people in the country and why.
Dr Helen Cameron, spokesperson for The Salvation Army, said: ‘We welcome today’s announcement by the Chancellor. Read more...
After feeding over 2,000 volunteers and personnel involved in Europe’s largest ever disaster training exercise, The Salvation Army’s Emergency Response Catering Units were in need of a thorough clean.
Dr Helen Cameron, head of Public Affairs for The Salvation Army, said: "We commend the way Major Colin Bradshaw has drawn attention to this deeply personal issue.
A new opportunity for people in the community of Kidsgrove to enjoy free soup and a natter has launched at The Salvation Army.
Staff and service users at The Salvation Army's New Future Employment and Training Centre in Falkirk got the chance to put questions to Margaret Mitchell, a Conservative MSP for Central Scotland.
The Salvation Army has helped produce a series of films to encourage more people to vote at the Welsh Elections in May.