Thousands of children and young people across Northern Ireland will have a brighter Christmas this year thanks to The Salvation Army and St Vincent de Paul.
A pensioner strode to the grand finale of his 8,000-mile trek across the UK and Ireland to raise £100,000 for The Salvation Army’s work with homeless people and victims of human trafficking.
’Millions of children and young people have benefited from the gifts donated to The Salvation Army over many years. By giving a gift to our Christmas Present Appeal you can make a real difference in someone’s life at Christmas,’said officer in charge, Envoy Rob Westwood-Payne
The Salvation Army in Nottingham has partnered with the Intu Victoria Centre in Nottingham, the local shopping centre, to raise money – and donations of food – for the vulnerable and marginalised in the city centre, thanks to their Can-Can appeal.
A Salvation Army Officer has cycled 500 miles in five days, from Eston to Paris, and raised nearly £3000 for his local community in the process.
This year more than ever The Salvation Army needs your help to raise vital funds for the Big Collection for people in need to support its diverse programme of life-changing social & community work.
Captain Gary Chaundy, of Eston Salvation Army, is to undertake a cycling challenge that will see him ride a hundred miles a day from the North-Eastern town to Paris, France, in an attempt to raise funds for the Corps, or Church.
More than 20 riders braved the cold weather on Easter Monday to support the first Stowmarket Salvation Army’s Charity Motorbike Ride.
The Salvation Army is working harder than ever to ensure more of the 783 million who don’t have access, soon do.
The South Western Divisional Youth Band and Sidmouth Gospel Choir teamed up to provide a magical evening of entertainment to support the work of The Salvation Army in Kenya.