Severe flooding has hit communities in Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay.
Salvationists in Portugal are providing assistance to people affected by wildfires that have killed at least 64 people and caused destruction across the Pedrógão Grande region, north-east of the capital, Lisbon.
Collaboration and friendship between The Salvation Army and churches in China were strengthened through a meeting at International Headquarters (IHQ) in London.
The Salvation Army is serving following a horrific fire that broke out at Grenfell Towers in West London. Volunteers came together from across London to support the city’s emergency services, as well as those impacted by the tragedy.
The international leader of The Salvation Army, General André Cox, has added his voice to those of other Christian leaders in a strongly-worded appeal to G7 representatives as they meet for a summit in Italy this week.
The Salvation Army's international leader responds to the terrorist attack on a concert in Manchester, England.
With drought causing suffering across Africa, The Salvation Army is engaged in practical responses and is also calling on Salvationists and friends to support a Global Day of Prayer to End Famine.
In 2016, General André Cox announced that The Salvation Army’s two territories in Australia would amalgamate to create one national territory. The project, known as Australia One, aims to provide a structure for The Salvation Army to best deliver its spiritual and social mission to all Australians.
The Salvation Army in Colombo, Sri Lanka, is working alongside government and humanitarian agencies to support people who lost their homes when a 90-metre-high waste dump collapsed, engulfing more than 100 houses.