World Missions

Building on General William Booth’s philosophy to preach salvation to hungry people, along with the concept of soup, soap and salvation, the International Salvation Army has a perfect partnership opportunity.

The World Missions office has been involved in emergency and development projects for over sixty years, working alongside colleagues in the developing world to break the cycle of poverty. With a Salvation Army presence in more than 125 countries, the projects we support are broad in scope: From providing safe water and creating earning opportunities, to caring for vulnerable children and health care programs, and to allow us the opportunity and privilege to immediately respond to international disasters. In every case the programs we fund offer dignity and long lasting hope to children and adults who might otherwise be overlooked.

We welcome your visit to our website and encourage you to return on occasion to see regular updates, photos and the ‘Global Impacts’ that are possible through the support of the generous hearts of our donors.

May God bless you

Water for Life

Water for Life

The Salvation Army opens new wells as part of the Safe Water project in Sri Lanka.

Out of Syria

Out of Syria

The Salvation Army provides practical support for refugees in Germany.

Island of Hope

Island of Hope

In the aftermath of civil war and a deadly tsunami, The Salvation Army is helping Sri Lanka heal.

Dreaming Big

Dreaming Big

In Sri Lanka, Salvation Army projects support health, housing, education and livelihoods.

Seven-Year Haiti Project Now Complete

Seven-Year Haiti Project Now Complete

Canada and Bermuda Territory-sponsored project assists thousands following 2010 earthquake.

A Successful Partners in Mission Campaign

A Successful Partners in Mission Campaign

Funds keep the Army flag flying in more than 125 countries.

Foundations for Farming

Foundations for Farming

The Salvation Army promotes conservation agriculture in Malawi.

Our Priority … the People!

Our Priority … the People!

Partners in Mission spotlights Latin America North Territory.

How Beautiful

How Beautiful

Bringing good news through the Partners in Mission campaign.

Saving a Youth from Human Trafficking

Saving a Youth from Human Trafficking

The Salvation Army in Malawi provides a safe place for youth who are victims of human trafficking.

An Atheist’s Prayer

An Atheist’s Prayer

I didn’t believe in God. So why was I so angry with him?

In Harm’s Way

In Harm’s Way

My daughter and I healed our self-inflicted scars together.

Opinion & Critical Thought

The Red Dress

The Red Dress

We were promised a national inquiry into the missing and murdered Indigenous women. What’s taking so long?

The Key to Forgiveness

The Key to Forgiveness

How my imperfections as a parent showed me the depth of grace.

Territorial News

Booth University College Welcomes 2017 Graduates

Booth University College Welcomes 2017 Graduates

Chief of the Staff encourages graduates to “choose well” as they go forth into the world.

Cooler Brings Healthy Choices to French Creek

Cooler Brings Healthy Choices to French Creek

Salvation Army food bank launches food reclamation project.

International News

General Responds to Manchester Attack, Calling Salvationists to Share Peace

General Responds to Manchester Attack, Calling Salvationists to Share Peace

Salvation Army assists more than 400 people in the hours immediately following the attack.

Salvation Army Joins Churches Worldwide to Pray for End to Famine

As millions face starvation, General calls on Salvationists to take action.

Faith & Friends

Battling Back

Battling Back

A decade after she was first diagnosed with cancer, Maureen Rego still refuses to let the disease define her.

Fair Trade in an Unfair World

Fair Trade in an Unfair World

We can make a difference with every thoughtful purchase we make.