The Salvation Army’s red shield canteen has been a fixture with Armed Forces personnel since the First World War. At Vimy Barracks, Majors Barrie and Maria Sampson are keeping the tradition of being available to provide support to new recruits.
The Salvation Army has paid tribute to the school children and adults who lost their lives in the Welsh mining village of Aberfan.
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.
The Salvation Army’s Emergency Response Unit is taking part in Europe’s biggest ever disaster training exercise in Dartford this week.
This Wednesday (January 13, 2016) sees the launch of The Salvation Army’s new emergency response unit to support emergency service personnel and the community.
As the clean-up operations commence after Storm Desmond wreaked havoc in the North, The Salvation Army is continuing to respond with its mobile emergency units.
As Storm Desmond wreaked havoc in the North, The Salvation Army responded with its mobile emergency units, keeping the emergency services and evacuees fed and watered.
Volunteers from The Salvation Army supported emergency services personnel following the Bosley Wood Flour Mill explosions and fire on Friday 17 July.
Major Muriel McClenahan OBE talks about The Salvation Army's Emergency Response during London bombings - 7 July
The residents of 135 flats, in Wigan who were evacuated in the early hours of Sunday 14 June are receiving continued support from Thursday 18 June at The Salvation Army’s Wigan church in Scholes.