This Easter, Steve will be fighting for his life. Together we can help him win.
22-year-old Steve had a tough start in life, leaving home as a teenager before getting into drugs. He went off the rails and after losing his job, he couldn’t pay his rent. It wasn’t long before Steve ended up homeless on the streets. He became depressed and started using drugs to escape his misery. But a shocking event forced him to think where he was heading. One of his friends died of his addiction and he knew the writing was on the wall.
Fortunately, Steve was referred to us and we gave him the medical help and emotional support he desperately needed. His health has improved enormously and he has even started thinking about the future. He’s nearly there, but his battle isn’t over yet.
Today, all over the UK, people facing devastating personal crises like Steve will come to The Salvation Army for support. With our help and yours, they can win the fight of their lives.
Please help us give immediate help to people who are on the brink of despair – providing friendship, advice and rehabilitation to those who desperately need our loving care.
A gift of:
£27 could provide support and advice for three homeless people in one of our residential centres to help them make a fresh start.
£58 could meet the cost of two officers to run a Salvation Army centre for a day – to keep the door open to welcome vulnerable people.
£86 could cover the cost of a day at a Salvation Army rehabilitation centre to help someone break free from alcohol or drug addiction.
Please make a donation to our Easter appeal today using our simple, secure online donation form. Alternatively you can call us on 020 7367 4800, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or download our postal form below.