Salvation Army Trading Company have been “highly commended” for their work in Environment & Sustainability at The Logistics Awards as recognition of the Clothing Collection division’s commitment to environmental responsibility.
The Salvation Army Charity Shop & Community Church in Openshaw has been awarded the Community & Social Impact Award at the Charity Retail Association 2018 awards, held in Nottingham this week.
It has been announced that Trevor Caffull, Managing Director of Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) has been awarded the Iles Medal, a prestigious accolade awarded for significant contributions to the brass band movement.
On 18th May 2018, The Salvation Army Charity Shop in Wellingborough will celebrate 25 years of trading, demonstrating that not all high street shops are in trouble.
On Monday 9 April, Divisional Commander (DC) for the Central East Division of The Salvation Army arrived on the doorstep of SATCoL Support Centre to be greeted with a cheque for £1200, a donation for his efforts.
The Salvation Army have supported an up-and-coming fashion designer by providing donated textiles which will be used to create a faux fur coat.
Children from five schools in Waltham Forest have made donations of clothing and shoes to The Salvation Army as part of the charity’s Recycle with Michael scheme which aims to encourage waste reduction.
The Salvation Army charity shop in Alnwick received a £750 donation this week after local CEOs and business leaders took part in a sponsored sleep at The Alnwick Garden.
The Salvation Army are opening a charity superstore in Banbury on 15 February, which is set to bring a new lease of life to charity shopping in the town.
The Salvation Army clothing collection have partnered with South Lakeland District Council in the Staveley Spring Clean, a bid to encourage residents to donate their unwanted items.
On Christmas day 2017, the Salvation Army charity shop in Hailsham opened its doors to welcome those experiencing homelessness and loneliness, handing out warm drinks and food, and offering a listening ear.
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