In our latest News Buzz, Sale Salvation Army band played at the BBC's hub in Salford, our volunteers and officers prepared 1,000 food parcels to help vulnerable people in Reading and our Felixstowe Church ran a five day Christmas tree festival.
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.
In this week's News Buzz, we pay tribute to the fallen at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday, we welcome tighter restrictions on payday loan companies and provide support to potential victims of modern slavery.
In this week's News Buzz, we feature the Modern Slavery Bill, the work of Ayr Salvation Army is captured in a video by students from the University of the West Scotland and there's the official opening of The Priory Centre..
In this week's News Buzz, bargain hunters enjoy some retail therapy as our Trading Company celebrates the launch of its 200th shop, youth cafe forges ahead in Sutton-In-Ashfield and one inspirational boy is on the ball for cancer charity...
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.
In this week's News Buzz, we congratulate the winners of our Partnership Trophy - Logos House Lifehouse in Bristol, a new report reveals a dramatic growth in victims of human trafficking requiring our support and more...
In this week's News Buzz, we celebrated the legacy of our Hadleigh Colony in Essex, The Salvation Army hold fringe events for each of the main parties and discuss homelessness in the UK and Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands opens a new Salvation Army facility in Amsterdam's red-light district.
In this week's News Buzz, Major Anne Read tells BBC News on how The Salvation Army supports hundreds of victims of trafficking in London; MP Jenny Willott met service users and praised Tŷ Gobaith Lifehouse in Cardiff; and our anicam continues to be a hit, as viewers look into the hidden lives of the rare breeds.
In this week's News Buzz, The Salvation Army hosted a special fringe event at the Labour Party conference and has called for more to be done to eradicate homelessness and we are appealing for people to join us for BBC Songs of Praise recording...