More breathing room brings less tension, fewer beds By Hillary Jackson– When the coronavirus pandemic began to spread through the Western U.S. a major question quickly became: What about people experiencing homelessness? Cities raced to get people off the streets and into

Emergency food provision continues to underpin The Salvation Army’s COVID-19 response around the globe. Hygiene supplies, health education and temporary accommodation are among other services also being provided, depending on local needs and circumstances. With 6.3 million coronavirus cases confirmed

Since mid-April, The Salvation Army has been delivering two meals daily to people experiencing homelessness and living in encampments in San Francisco in partnership with the San Francisco Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) through MealsinPlaceSF. Now, with the

Paul Rajkumar, Director of Community Empowerment Projects and Health Development in The Salvation Army India Central Territory, explained to Jo Clark of the Program Resources Department at International Headquarters how the territory’s COVID-19 response has benefitted many vulnerable people while

In a video interview released today, General Brian Peddle and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle (World President of Women’s Ministries) speak openly and passionately about lockdown and the challenges and opportunities presented by The Salvation Army’s COVID-19 response. They also reflect on