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Romford’s Friendship Club Continues to Unite People – But by Phone

For 20 years, Tom and Barbara Hoyles have run The Salvation Army’s Friendship Club in Romford. The club has always been well-supported, with about 150 people meeting up every Thursday…

Government Oversight Could Plunge At-Risk People into Debt

The good news is the government has taken steps to ease the burden on people with problem debt with its Debt Respite Scheme. The scheme prevents creditors from taking enforcement…

Salvation Army Warning: Funding Cuts Endanger Progress Made on Rough Sleeping

Not only has the Covid 19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on personal finances; the government is also feeling the pinch. Budget cuts and a reduction in funding for essential NPOs…

The Salvation Army Keeps Children Occupied This Summer With Activity Packs

The Salvation Army’s holiday camps usually keep children occupied during their summer holidays, but this year the coronavirus pandemic put paid to that. Fortunately, the church and charity is never…

A Salvation Army Report Can Help Government End Rough Sleeping

The Government pledged to end rough sleeping by the end of the current parliament. That was before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the economy, however. Now it’s possible that instead of…