Music partnership to benefit local young people in Southport launches with special concert including world renowned musicians
The Salvation Army Hall on Waterhouse Street has been significantly refurbished, as part of its commitment to serve the local community.
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.
The Salvation Army’s rare breed centre at Hadleigh Farm Estate is putting Essex on the map after being recognised by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust (RBST) as the county’s only approved ‘Conservation Farm Park’.
A service user at one of our homeless centres in Cardiff has been crowned a regional winner in the learndirect Inspiration Awards.
An MP has praised Tŷ Gobaith Lifehouse in Cardiff for helping homeless people turn their lives around.
An enthusiastic fundraiser is preparing to cycle nearly 500 miles to raise funds for a Swindon charity scheme which assists homeless people to learn cycle mechanics.
Budding footballers at homeless centres across Scotland have come together to promote a scheme aimed at helping athletes' families and volunteers find a place to stay during the Commonwealth Games.