The Salvation Army met on Monday 30th January with its partners in delivering the Government’s Victim Care & Coordination Contract to adult victims of modern slavery in England and Wales.
The Salvation Army drives support for refugees as the charity will welcome its first family under Community Sponsorship scheme
Research reveals startling gap between perception and reality of homelessness in London
Two teams of Salvation Army champion footballers came together to tackle the parliamentary football team in a five-a-side match in Southwark.
The Salvation Army helped people get in the Christmas spirit as they headed off on their holidays from Heathrow Airport over the festive period with carol services involving a Salvation Army band, a choir and readings.
The Salvation Army is supporting more than 100 firefighters who are battling a large blaze in a library and museum in Elephant and Castle, London.
MPs, peers, staff and visitors gathered in Westminster Hall for the annual Parliamentary Carol Service hosted by the Speaker of the House of Commons, the Rt Hon John Bercow MP.
Each year since 1947, a Christmas tree has been given to the people of London from the people of Norway in gratitude for Britain's support for Norway during World War II.
Richard Ottaway, MP for South Croydon, visited a Salvation Army church (corps) and community centre in Croydon on Monday (26th November 2012) that is offering a lifeline to homeless people, helping them to overcome social exclusion and change their lives for the better.
A mountain of new, unclaimed children’s toys which were handed in to Transport for London’s (TfL) Lost Property Office this year have been given to The Salvation Army to donate to children in south London ensuring they get a gift this Christmas.