The Salvation Army welcomed Councillor Moia Thorogood to their New Direction Lifehouse last week to discuss the impact the government’s proposed changes to the local housing allowance could have on homelessness services.
Staff and service users from The Salvation Army’s Ty Gobaith Lifehouse are celebrating winning the Best Medium Employer prize at the Quality Skills Alliance Apprenticeship Awards for the second year running
We are calling on the spirit of community in our search for talented locals as our new housing development in Bramley, Leeds, celebrates its official opening on Friday 31 March 2017.
Milton Keynes Council has awarded The Salvation Army a five year contract to provide housing and support to people who are experiencing homelessness.
The Orchard on Leeds Road, Bradford now supports more than a hundred people experiencing homelessness a day.
A chain of cycling shops is set to give the Recycles social enterprise for people who have experienced homelessness a huge boost by delivering used bikes directly to its store.
A Plymouth residential centre for people at risk of homelessness has been described as a dream place to work by one of its support staff.
MP Colleen Fletcher met with residents and staff at a Coventry Salvation Army residential centre for people experiencing homelessness and heard of the difficulties they faced when living on the streets.
A former military hospital in Dublin that was transformed into a temporary night shelter to cope with a Christmas homeless crisis is now set to mark its second anniversary.
The Salvation Army in Scotland is calling on the Scottish Government to continue protecting homelessness services amid uncertainty over future funding.