Meet our fundraisers
Meet our inspirational fundraisers who have not only raised much-needed funds, but have also helped to raise awareness about our mission and work. We are deeply grateful for all our Team Sally Army fundraisers who are helping to ensure we can keep our vital services running.
Brothers take on epic 1,000 mile cycle challenge to raise money for Salvation Army’s vital work.
Major Lorraine Chaundry to cycle 250 miles to raise money for gardening and craft clubs.
Shaun Roberts is running to raise money for the corps' food bank in his home town of Keighley
Despite advanced macular degeneration, Guisborough Salvation Army pianist Joan Welburn, 90, took part in a three-hour piano-athon for Cancer Research UK.
Students from The University of Nottingham skydived for The Salvation Army.
A blind woman from Merseyside be running this year’s London Marathon to raise vital funds.
Thirsk volunteer Jan Shaw, 81, is raising money for The Salvation Army who supported her years ago
Glyn Wise, former Big Brother contestant and aspiring priest will run London Marathon for team Sally Army.
Our leader in Great Yarmouth is braving the cold with a daily dip in the North Sea.
Captain Kenneth Guest jumps out of an aeroplane to raise money for the church and charity’s work in Harpenden.
Lauren learnt to ride a bike during lockdown in order to fundraise for our ‘Steps to Work’ programme!
Captain Mark Scoulding takes on 10K every day in May cycling challenge for Watford Corps.
After the passing of her nan, Holly braved the cold conditions at Scafell Pike.
Plucky soldiers from 99 Squadron ran almost 4,000km during their fundraiser in May.
Sisters Eloise and Esmé took on 26 mini challenges as part of the 2.6 challenge to raise money for homeless people.
This year, due to the pandemic, corps are thinking imaginatively about how they raise funds.