- 1 Salvation Army Connection Numbers
- 2 Salvation Army Head Office Address
- 3 Salvation Army Phone Line Opening Hours
- 4 About the Salvation Army – 0843 208 1744
- 5 Salvation Army UK – 0843 208 1744
- 6 Salvation Army Donations – 0843 816 6859
- 7 Salvation Army Shops – 0843 816 6861
- 8 Salvation Army Housing Association – 0843 816 6862
Salvation Army Connection Numbers
|Head Office||0843 208 1744|
|Customer Services||0843 816 6858|
|Donations||0843 816 6859|
|Charity Shops||0843 816 6861|
|Housing Association||0843 816 6862|
|Volunteering||0843 816 6863|
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Salvation Army Head Office Address
|Head Office||The Salvation Army UK and Republic of Ireland Territorial Headquarters,
101 Newington Causeway,
Salvation Army Phone Line Opening Hours
|Head Office Customer Service||8:30am-11:30pm, 7 days a week|
About the Salvation Army – 0843 208 1744
The Salvation Army is a charitable organisation that has around 1.5 million members, mainly consisting of soldiers and officers. It was founded by Catherine and William Booth who sought to bring relief to the destitute and the poor. The organisation has since grown massively since it was founded in 1865 and is now present in 127 countries. The charity operates homeless shelters, provides disaster relief and humanitarian aid as well as running many charity shops throughout the UK. The Salvation Army has a military structure which was first introduced in 1868 by William Booth himself and it has kept it to today. General Andre Cox is the current leader of the Salvation Army and was elected in August 2013.
Salvation Army UK – 0843 208 1744
You can find a wide range of information about the Salvation Army from their website including the missions that are currently in place and past and current work that they are undertaking to help those in need. The website features live streams that can be watched from all over the world, the current live stream available to watch is the Territorial Congress, a live stream shown in Harrogate. This a great way of keeping the public engaged in the things that matter. If you like, you can opt to ‘share a prayer’ with the Salvation Army via their interactive wall which can be reached on their website. The interactive wall lists comments from people that wish to share their prayers and experiences with other people visiting the Salvation Army website. It is easy to leave your own comment as well as to view others. The prayer can be a personal experience or just a simple comment that you would like to share with others. The work of the Salvation Army includes a wide range of efforts from a wide range of people all from different walks of life. The website includes articles of what the money you give to the Salvation Army is used towards, such as helping to improve the lives of those in need from across the globe, to opening churches where people can visit locally and a receive a friendly and warm welcome. To find your local church, simply visit the Salvation Army website and use the location service on the homepage, where you can enter your postcode to find the nearest church in your area. If you are experiencing problems whilst using this, please call their Head Office on the number shown above. Again, if you want to find your local Salvation Army ran event, shop or charity donation centre, you can do this using the website. There are many Salvation Army charity shops throughout the UK. The Salvation Army are also increasing their presence on Social Media and you can read all about what their representatives are getting up to via their Facebook and Twitter pages. If you yourself would like to volunteer for the Salvation Army, you can visit the homepage and click the available link where you can find all kinds of information about getting involved and making a huge difference to the life of someone else. The Salvation Army aim to work with some of the most disadvantaged people in your community, and so if you feel you could do this, you can join a team of thousands of other Salvation Army volunteers. If you feel that you want to become a member of an amazing team but need some further information, call the contact number as soon as possible.
Salvation Army Donations – 0843 816 6859
Donating directly to the Salvation Army can be done on their website, but there are also many ways to get involved in the form of fundraising. One big event that raises a lot of money for the Salvation Army is the London Marathon. If you need further information about getting involved, please call the head office or visit the website. The Salvation Army also do a Christmas Present Appeal which involves giving gifts to those that. new, unwrapped gifts can be bought for children of all ages as well as older people and the homeless. Find your nearest Salvation Army Centre and you can drop off your newly wrapped presents. Please note that not all centres are involved in the Christmas present appeal every year and so it is worth ringing the contact number to find out whether or not your local centre is running the appeal this year. If you would like to donate regularly to the Salvation Army, you can set up a payment plan via the website, where you can pay a selected amount each month. There are also many other fundraising activities that take place for the Salvation Army, including running, hiking or swimming.
Salvation Army Shops – 0843 816 6861
If you want to find a bargain on good quality clothing, as well as support those that are in need, you can visit your local Salvation Army store. They have even sometimes been known to stock designer goods, so it is definitely worth a browse! If you have unwanted clothing, shoes and accessories that you would like to donate to a Salvation Army shop, please take a look at the website for instructions on how to do this as well as information on what is acceptable to donate including books, CD’s, DVD’s and toys. If you are UK taxpayer, visit the website or call the contact number for information on how to make your donations go further by gift-aiding them.
Salvation Army Housing Association – 0843 816 6862
The Salvation Army Housing Association (saha) provide moving on housing for single and homeless people in the UK. If you yourself are in need of housing help, you can browse accommodation and its available locations on the saha website. There are also residential services available for those that rent houses with saha, where you can easily pay your rent and log a repair. There are job opportunities available for those looking to work for the Salvation Army, all of which can be found online. If you need further information on either working for or renting with saha, please call the Salvation Army Head Office line.