No one should have to face hardship this Winter


Helping people who are homeless is what we do best, and so we want to make sure that we’re there for as many people as possible this winter. 

Help us help people like Wayne. 

Since he was 15 years old, Wayne had been homeless on and off and struggled with his mental health, which led to a heroin and alcohol addiction. 

With regular hostel accommodation not suitable, it was The Salvation Army’s Housing First scheme that has helped Wayne make huge changes in his life. Since moving into his own home four years ago, with the support of the staff, Wayne stopped using drugs - and is looking forward to a bright future.

‘I’m doing much better, I’ve stopped using drugs. In less than 12 months I’ve drastically reduced the amount of methadone (substitute used to treat heroin addiction) I’m on. The best thing is that my daughter has come back into my life having not seen her for 20 years.’

For The Salvation Army it is unthinkable that people should be living on the streets in the bitter cold. No one should have to live on the streets. No one should have to be alone. That’s why we won’t rest until we’ve reached out to as many suffering and vulnerable people as we can.

Please support our Winter Appeal so we can provide hot food, practical support and somewhere warm to sleep for people who are homeless this winter.

A gift of:

  • £9 could provide one-to-one support work for a homeless person in one of our centres.
  • £19 could help provide a box of groceries and modest gifts, so that families who are struggling in poverty can share a basic meal together.
  • £45 could contribute towards the cost of an officer to run a Salvation Army centre for a day to keep the door open for vulnerable people.