On Wednesday (17 June), The Salvation Army joined with over 9000 people in Westminster to lobby their MP’s and speak up for the things they love that are threatened by climate change.
In the north-west of Kenya, lies Turkana, the poorest county in the country, with 95% of the population living below the poverty line.
This World Toilet Day (19th November) read why good sanitation is so important, and how The Salvation Army is helping communities in Malawi to address this problem.
The streets are not the safest place for young girls who often find themselves vulnerable to abuse and exploitation. But The Salvation Army is there to offer care, support and protection…
On 23 September, world leaders meet together in New York for the climate summit. Brought together by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, more than 120 heads of state and government will discuss how to tackle climate change.
After the lack of rain in London thwarted his plans to do the #RainBucketChallenge, we nominated Commissioner Clive Adams to do a #FilthyBucketChallenge instead.
Carl Jobson, Information & Resources Officer for The Salvation Army International Development (UK), reflects on the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela.
The Salvation Army International Development (SAID UK) has launched a new campaign to raise money for our international anti-trafficking response.
Commissioner Clive Adams, The Salvation Army's Territorial Commander in the UK and Ireland shops for his Live Below The Line challenge.
The Salvation Army continues to help people all around the world gain access to clean and safe water for the very first time.