Homeless, friendless, freezing and hungry

a man sleeping rough

This winter we want to reach out to the people who are suffering the most by bringing joy and hope into their lives

With furlough ending, an increase in the number of redundancies, the ending of the Universal Credit top up and energy costs spiralling, families are struggling more than ever.

We want to be there for people who are facing poverty because they have lost their jobs and livelihoods. For the families struggling to feed their children. For the older people in our communities who have never felt as lonely as they do now.  For the people who are homeless and trying to get back on their feet.

Thousands of people will turn to The Salvation Army for help this winter. In over 650 communities across the UK, we will be doing all we can for them, whatever their circumstances.