Coronavirus Crisis

Help us be there for those hardest hit

The Salvation Army has mobilised to help protect those hit hardest by the impact of the Coronavirus. From delivering food to vulnerable people and families to providing homeless people with hot meals, we are helping where we are needed the most.

Right now, each of our 650 corps and community centres are responding to the impact of the pandemic in ways that best support their communities.

We are not just responding to the impact in one or two ways, but dozens of different ways: 

  • Worcester Salvation Army have recently prepared their 10,000th meal for vulnerable people in their community during lockdown
  • Emergency response teams in the South East have visited 35 NHS hospitals across the area and fed a staggering 6,000 front line workers
  • Volunteers at the Salvation Army in Shotts have delivered 1,000 wellbeing packs to support isolated and vulnerable people
  • Barking Salvation Army are providing hot takeaway meals for rough sleepers
  • Watford Salvation Army are working with schools to locate and deliver food parcels to local families who are facing shortages
  • Cambridge Salvation Army are providing takeaway meals for people who are homeless

We will continue to be there at the front line to help people who need us more than ever. 

Please donate today to help us support the most affected, the most marginalised and the most isolated across the UK.