Baroness Olly Grender MBE of Kingston upon Thames visited a West End project that aims to help homeless and isolated people find a place in their community and prevent them from spiralling into addiction.
The Rt Hon Baroness Hilary Armstrong of Hill Top visited The Salvation Army's Southwick Community Project in Sunderland which is on the front line of our battle against poverty in the UK.
More than two fifths of parents of children aged 16 and under in the East Midlands worry about affording the basics for their children this summer- according to a YouGov poll commissioned by The Salvation Army. Forty-one per cent of parents were worried about affording basics, such as pocket money, summer clothes, food and new school uniforms.
The Salvation Army-commissioned research also reveals Welsh parents are worried about providing even the basic necessities for their children over summer.
The Salvation Army is helping those in need and hosting summer camps to give children and holiday
The Salvation Army is hosting summer camps to give children a holiday
Just over half of parents with children 16 and under in Yorkshire and the Humber are worried about being able to afford the basics for their children this summer, according to a new YouGov survey commissioned by The Salvation Army. Fifty-one per cent of parents admitted they worry about finding the money for their children’s basic needs, such as meals, summer clothes, pocket money, and school uniform.
Two fifths of parents of children aged 16 and under in the North West are worried about being able to afford the basics (clean clothes, meals, pocket money) for their children this summer, according to a new YouGov poll commissioned by The Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army is helping those in need and hosting summer camps to help give children a holiday
YouGov poll reveals a third of parents in the East of England can’t afford to take their children away on a week-long holiday this year