Our fundraising explained

Salvation Army meeting

At The Salvation Army, donations and our supporters are, quite literally, our lifeblood.

We value every donation that we receive. Without public support, we couldn't deliver the services that we offer across the UK for some of the most marginalised people.

You can read more about why we fundraise and how we go about it.

The Salvation Army is registered with the Fundraising Regulator and you will see their logo on a lot of our fundraising materials.  Being registered means we commit to uphold the highest standards in fundraising by following the Regulator's Code of Fundraising Practice and the Fundraising Promise. We are also members of the Data and Marketing Association.


About us

For over 150 years, The Salvation Army has been transforming lives at the heart of communities.

Annual Report and Accounts

In the interests of transparency, our annual report and accounts are available for download.

Fundraising Q&A

Read answers to frequently asked questions about our fundraising, including how we fundraise and how we protect your data.

Our trustees and staff pay

Find out who our trustees are and learn more about our staff pay.