A community project run by The Salvation Army in Winsford which provides a weekly day care session for local adults for more than 25 years recently held a special street party for service users.
More than 860 people have been helped six months on since the launch of an innovative new scheme to get people who are homeless or ex-offenders back on their feet.
Baroness Olly Grender MBE of Kingston upon Thames visited a West End project that aims to help homeless and isolated people find a place in their community and prevent them from spiralling into addiction.
A scheme, aimed at helping those furthest from employment to find a job has been making a real difference in Nottingham.
The Rt Hon Baroness Hilary Armstrong of Hill Top visited The Salvation Army's Southwick Community Project in Sunderland which is on the front line of our battle against poverty in the UK.
A Glasgow MSP cut the ribbon on The Salvation Army's revamped church in Parkhead - then praised the charity for "touching people's lives in ways governments and councils cannot".
A former resident of a Salvation Army centre for people who are homeless has been competing in the Homeless World Cup in Chile after being picked for the England team.
A Salvation Army youth club in Openshaw, Manchester has helped a 12 year old organise a FIFA tournament to raise £129 for the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity..
An appeal for local people to donate food to be shared withNottingham ’s most in need will run from this Thursday -16 to Saturday, 18 October 2014.
The Salvation Army has appointed new spiritual directors to support homeless men and women in Glasgow.