Birmingham Citadel Salvation Army has reached their £21,000 fundraising target to provide fresh water to rural communities in Zimbabwe.
A US Salvation Army volunteer was hiking through the Himalayan Hills when he captured a dramatic 7.3-magnitude earthquake on film
The Salvation Army's emergency response team in Nepal has carried out its first large-scale distribution, taking essential food items to members of remote mountain communities.
The Salvation Army is urging people to sign a petition calling on world leaders to keep their promise from the year 2000 that all children in the world will go to school and have the opportunity to learn and achieve their potential.
A small group of people from Brighouse, which has been putting a little by every week for just under a year, has reached their goal of raising £600 to support our International Development work.
This World Water Day (Sunday 22 March) we find out how access to clean water has changed lives in DRC.
This year Live Below the Line is 5 years old! The Salvation Army International Development UK (SAID UK) has been part of the campaign since the beginning...
Today (Friday 20 February) is the World Day of Social Justice, a day that prompts us to look around us, recognise the injustice that darkens our world
Our new JUST GIFTS catalogue is out now! With a new look and a whole load of new gifts to help people tackle poverty and injustice around the world.
In this week's News Buzz, our Cardiff Bus Project celebrates ten years helping homeless people, we continue to address and monitor the Ebola epidemic in west Africa and our Family Tracing Service reunites a family after 68 years.