Our latest report reveals a five-fold rise in the number of modern slavery victims supported by The Salvation Army in as many years.
London taxi and mini cab drivers join the fight to combat modern slavery
The Salvation Army’s annual worship and mission workshop event for young people took place yesterday (9 October) at Thetford Academy, attracting more than 100 young people from their churches across Norfolk and Suffolk.
Trainees learning wood work at The Salvation Army’s Hadleigh Farm presented four handmade benches to the Anvil Trust on Friday (7 October) for its residents with learning disabilities.
A Salvation Army centre for people with substance misuse, drug and alcohol issues based in Swindon will be the beneficiary of all funds raised by individuals taking part in the London Marathon on behalf of the Salvation Army in 2017.
Commissioner Harry Read, a Second World War veteran who took part in the D-Day landings, has been awarded France’s highest honour for the role he played in the country’s liberation from the Nazis.
>The local Salvation Army church is launching a new community choir and lunch club in hope to offer a regular opportunity for people to socialise, build friendships across the local community.
A local auction of promises attracted over 130 people at Central Bedfordshire College raising almost £5k for the Salvation Army Debt Advice Service in Dunstable.
The Salvation Army held a fringe event at the Labour Party Conference on Monday 26th September to raise awareness of Modern Slavery in the UK today.
To mark International Rabbits Day today (Saturday 24th September 2016), a Salvation Army treatment centre for people with substance misuse, drug and alcohol issues is celebrating the significant role that caring for rabbits has on the recovery and rehabilitation of individuals at the centre.