The Orchard on Leeds Road, Bradford now supports more than a hundred people experiencing homelessness a day.
A Plymouth residential centre for people at risk of homelessness has been described as a dream place to work by one of its support staff.
Crossroads, an Accrington based centre run by The Salvation Army which provides accommodation and support for young people, held a reunion event for past residents to return and share their stories since leaving the service.
A unique fashion show has given our service users a platform to showcase their style talents, and their strength and determination in overcoming adversity.
Hundreds of people facing the challenges of homelessness was joined by footballing legend John Barnes MBE at Partnership Trophy, our national football tournament, on Thursday 24 September 2015.
MP Pete Wishart has praised the Salvation Army for its homelessness work in Perth.
Residents at our Lifehouse (centre for people experiencing homelessness) in Blackburn received a visit from local school pupils laden with food.
A former resident of a Salvation Army centre for people who are homeless has been competing in the Homeless World Cup in Chile after being picked for the England team.
Hundreds of people from The Salvation Army’s centres for homeless people will compete to carry home the cup next week on Thursday, October 9 for its annual five-a-side football tournament in Birmingham.
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.