In a YouGov survey commissioned by The Salvation Army, 77 per cent of Londoners said they watch sport on the TV, but 48 per cent admitted that they exercise less than once a week.
In a YouGov survey commissioned by The Salvation Army, 81 per cent of adults in the East of England said they watch sport on the TV, but 53 per cent admitted that they exercise less than once a week.
There is a wealth of sport on the TV this weekend with the Wimbledon Finals, World Cup quarter finals and the British Grand Prix, but for many of us it’s as close as we come to taking any form of exercise.
Today The Salvation Army is 149 not out…..and is using sport to help vulnerable people suffering from addiction problems and homelessness
Four years ago Abdi Faatax was living on the streets. Now thanks to The Salvation Army, the 29-year-old is following his dream of working as chef.
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.
Anas Sarwar MP has praised a Salvation Army lifehouse in Glasgow for helping turn people’s lives around.
Andy was helped by The Salvation Army after he lost his home, friends and partner, due to his addiction to gambling machines.
Every year, over 4000 men and women are forced to seek help from homeless services across Dublin. One centre that has been working tirelessly to accommodate many of these individuals is the Granby Centre.
The Shadow leader of the House of Commons spoke to women in Liverpool impacted by homelessness, domestic abuse and addiction and heard how they were being supported to rebuild their lives.