We take our legal obligations very seriously and publish a full salary breakdown of higher earning staff in our Trustee's report which is available to the public
The Salvation Army has signed a letter along with other faith groups to oppose the Assisted Dying Bill, a Private Member’s Bill that has been brought before the UK Parliament by Lord Falconer, the Former Lord Chancellor.
The Salvation Army has campaigned on the issue of gambling for more than 10 years. We hold regular meetings with government ministers on this issue and sit on the Gambling Commission's community liaison group.
The Salvation Army, CARE and QAAD gave evidence today to the House of Commons Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Bill Committee.
The Salvation Army in the UK and Republic of Ireland emphatically rejects the statements made by the media director of The Salvation Army Australia Southern Territory regarding the LGBT community. We oppose any discrimination or persecution of any person. There is no scriptural support for demeaning or mistreating anyone for any reason including his or her sexual orientation.
The Salvation Army is a church and charity made up of officers (ministers of religion), employees, volunteers and members.
- Health impact of chronic alcohol misuse is significant and greater emphasis needs to be placed on addressing that impact.
- Government’s Alcohol Strategy needs some clearer objectives to provide a framework for both policy judgements and accountability.
- On the minimum price of alcohol the Government a transparent process in place to ensure that the price level is evidence-based and is monitored over time to assess its effectiveness. It also recommends that there should be a 'sunset clause' on the implementation of a minimum price.
The doctrines for membership of The Salvation Army are based on scripture and from this we have expectations of how our Officers (ministers of religion) and church members lead their lives.