This Christmas we want to reach out to the people who are suffering the most by bringing joy and hope into their lives.
With the current cost-of-living crisis, thousands of people are expected to 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.
We want to be there for people who are facing poverty because they simply can’t make ends meet. 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.
At The Salvation Army we put faith into action and offer compassion and practical help to vulnerable people across the UK going for difficult times. This winter, we will work hard to find suitable accommodation for people living on the street. We will reach out to older people suffering from loneliness and offer companionship. And for families struggling to put food on the table, we offer community food stores so parents can feed their children affordably again.
Please support our Christmas Appeal so we can support some of the most vulnerable people in society this winter.
A gift of:
- £9 could provide one-to-one support work for a homeless person in one of our centres.
- £19 could help provide a box of groceries and modest gifts, so that families who are struggling in poverty can share a basic Christmas meal together.
- £45 could contribute towards the cost of an officer to run a Salvation Army centre for a day to keep the door open for vulnerable people.