Four men connected to The Salvation Army in Tunbridge Wells are set to take on one of the world’s largest yacht races raising funds through sponsorship for the church and charity’s work tackling the serious crime of modern slavery both in the UK and in Poland.
Pupils at two different faith schools in Glasgow have teamed up for a Salvation Army-led choir aimed at encouraging religious and social integration.
Representatives from Suffolk’s emergency services, local councillors and senior leaders from The Salvation Army gathered on Friday 1 June, the start of Volunteers’ Week, to mark 40 years of Salvation Army volunteers supporting frontline emergency workers.
At any given time, volunteers with The Salvation Army across the UK could be transporting a victim of modern slavery to a place of safety, supporting a person out of homelessness, offering care to someone with dementia or supporting the emergency services at the scene of incidents.
The Salvation Army in Glasgow has launched a project to bring recovery to people with alcohol and drug addictions.