RHS Chelsea Flower Show’s fringe festival will see people bought and sold in a dramatic representation of the real life stories of victims of modern slavery.
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.
A Salvation Army film project has been giving people at risk of being made homeless the chance to quiz politicians on the issues affecting them.
Mention gifts at Christmas and most people will instantly think about the presents that sit under the tree.
The Salvation Army in Dublin is gearing up for its Christmas carol concert fundraiser to help tackle homelessness in the city – this year supported by Ireland’s leading broadcaster Pat Kenny.
Two of Scotland’s leading religious and political figures have recognised The Salvation Army for their “inspirational work” in supporting communities across the country.
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.
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.
In just under a week our Edinburgh City Corps will take centre stage at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The new Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) charity shop welcomed its first customers to Morecambe’s Arndale shopping centre on Thursday 23rd July.