A chaplain for our homelessness services in Edinburgh has brought the curtain down on 50 years of service.
The Deputy Health Minister for Wales has praised The Salvation Army for helping transform the lives of people experiencing homelessness and alcohol and drug addiction.
A service user at one of our homeless centres in Cardiff has been crowned a regional winner in the learndirect Inspiration Awards.
Diners at an Edinburgh restaurant have raised money to help tackle homelessness in the city.
An innovative project which aims to work with the community to support people experiencing homelessness with low to medium needs in Bradford has opened today, 23rd March 2015.
Members of a gym in Altrincham donated money for the coffee they'd normally receive free as part of a loyalty scheme to raise money for The Salvation Army’s Homelessness Services in the local area and raised £450.
Diners at an Edinburgh restaurant are raising money to help The Salvation Army tackle homelessness in the capital.
A third of online Scots aged 18+ (33 per cent compared to 27 per cent across the UK) believe the main cause of homelessness is alcohol or drug addiction, according to new research commissioned by The Salvation Army
Research reveals startling gap between perception and reality of homelessness in West Midlands
Research reveals startling gap between perception and reality of homelessness in South West England