The Salvation Army Housing Association (saha) and The Salvation Army officially declared the opening of a £5.4m Copper Beech Avenue project in Bramley, Leeds – saha's largest project to date – with an opening ceremony.
Bristol Council’s health and wellbeing tsar, Councillor Fi Hance visited The Salvation Army’s Logos House Lifehouse on Friday (24 March) to hear how government plans to change the way supported housing is funded could make it more difficult for the church and charity to continue helping people experiencing homelessness.
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.
A former traditional cabinet maker is using the skills he honed during his working life to repay the support of The Salvation Army.
In our latest News Buzz, our church in Southampton has been raising funds for a family after a gas explosion left them homeless, we feature in BBC One's new look Songs of Praise and this Christmas our Trading Company is encouraging people to uncover the ‘treasure trove of gift potential’ in its shops.
Booth Centre residents in Southampton have enjoyed a six-week showing of their artwork at Southampton City Art Gallery.
The Salvation Army and Scottish Churches Housing Action have teamed up to launch a befriending project for homeless people in Dundee.
Bellshill Salvation Army is celebrating a fresh start after opening the doors to its stunning £1.3million community hall.
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.