Staff, volunteers and service users from the Salvation Army homelessness service Booth House in Swindon competed alongside six-time Olympic champion Jason Kenny last weekend in Revolve24, a 24 hour relay road race held on the Grand Prix Circuit at Brands Hatch.
A Preston resident, Alison Aylmore has ended her love affair with cake and is training for the London Marathon to raise funds for The Salvation Army’s work supporting victims of human trafficking.
Players from West Ham United’s Academy have donated dozens of toys to The Salvation Army this Christmas to distribute to children who could otherwise not receive a single gift.
Over a hundred motorbikers from across the country gathered en masse to boost our Christmas Present Appeal in Aberdeen.
Jennings Motor Group is supporting the Christmas Present Appeal for the 17th consecutive year by using its branch network across the North East region as drop off and collection points for gift donations.
A Bolton fundraiser – who set himself a series of epic fundraising events on the 10th anniversary of his brother’s death – is letting nothing stand in his way, despite an injury midway through his challenge.
In celebration of Doughnut Day, June 5th 2015, The Natural Bakery has donated a percentage of the day’s doughnuts proceeds to The Salvation Army to help the most vulnerable.
The Salvation Army has partnered with revered London arts college, Central Saint Martins, that sees the launch of a limited edition and innovative clothes recycling bank design.
Inspired by the ten year anniversary of his brother’s death, Bolton resident, Peter Kane, 53 is set to run, swim and cycle more than 630 miles this year in a series of epic challenges to raise money for The Salvation Army.
The London Art Biennale 2015 opens this week at Chelsea Town Hall in London. One hundred and thirty artists from 40 countries will be exhibiting their art works at the exhibition, which is free to enter.