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December 2016

December 22nd 2016
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MP Colleen Fletcher met with residents and staff at a Coventry Salvation Army residential centre for people experiencing homelessness and heard of the difficulties they faced when living on the streets.

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December 21st 2016
| by Anna

The Salvation Army and Heart FM Radio are ensuring thousands of children in Kent will wake up to presents on Christmas Day. 

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December 20th 2016
| by Elly

A former military hospital in Dublin that was transformed into a temporary night shelter to cope with a Christmas homeless crisis is now set to mark its second anniversary.

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December 20th 2016
| by Anna
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The Salvation Army brought a little Christmas joy to Stansted Airport yesterday (Monday 19 December) with carols and festive live music for passengers and airport staff.

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December 15th 2016
| by Anna

The Salvation Army in Glasgow has this week paid tribute to the volunteers who have been giving up their free time to help the most vulnerable in society.

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December 15th 2016
| by Elly

A team of young football stars from West Ham visited The Salvation Army’s London-based headquarters yesterday (14 December) with a bundle of brand new gift items for the annual Christmas present appeal.

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December 15th 2016
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Christmas came early for service users at The Salvation Army’s Ann Fowler Lifehouse in Liverpool as they were treated to a morning of festivities.

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December 14th 2016
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Ty Gobaith Lifehouse for people experiencing homelessness in Cardiff has been recognised for its role in improving the lives of vulnerable people in Wales at the 10th anniversary of the Promoting Independence Awards, held on in Cardiff.
 
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December 14th 2016
| by Anna

Children staying at Sheffield Children's Hospital over Christmas will be getting a musical treat on Monday 19 December when members of the Sheffield Citadel Salvation Army Band perform especially for them.

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December 13th 2016
| by Anna

As Edinburgh begins to wind down for Christmas, the Salvation Army and its volunteers are supporting thousands of vulnerable and isolated people.

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