It has been nearly a decade since the Salvation War started and it’s been a tough year for the charity.
Its fundraising efforts have been hampered by the Zika virus outbreak, with its operations in the UK and Australia suffering from disruption.
But the organisation has made some notable donations in 2017, raising $6 million to help its 2,200 staff in the US and Canada.
One of its most notable donors was the Salvation’s newest US arm, the Salvation Arm, which raised $5.4 million, according to the Salvationist Charity Navigator.
It also pledged $2.5 million to the organisation’s US arm in 2018, with the aim of helping the organisation raise $6.5m in the next three years.
Salvation Arm’s $5m commitment is a big step for the organisation, which has struggled to get the donations flowing.
The organisation has been working hard to get back into the US market after its closure in 2018 and has pledged $5 million in the coming years.
The charity is also working to secure funds for an American arm, The Salvation Army National Home, which is being funded by a private philanthropist.
Its stated aim is to establish a $2 million fund to help build the organisation in the United States, while another fund aims to bring its services to the Philippines.
“We’re hoping to achieve our objectives in the first half of 2019, but there’s a lot more to do,” said Peter Czerniawka, a spokesperson for the Salvationarm.
“There’s a great deal of work to be done, but we are moving at a good pace.”
The Salvation Arm raised a total of $3.2 million for its charity work in 2017.
The majority of the donations came from the US, which was the most, followed by the UK.
The Salvationarm also pledged to bring an additional $1 million to fund an American charity, the US Salvation Army Home & Garden, which will operate in the Philippines for the first time.
The US Arm will work with the Philippine Salvation Army to set up a home for homeless veterans.
“The Salvationarm has been very good to the people of the Philippines in the past, helping with the disaster relief and helping them rebuild their lives,” said Angelica Perez, a Philippines resident.
“Now we need to make sure they can start the rebuilding process themselves.
It is a very positive thing that the Salvation army is providing us with this assistance.”
The US Army has also been a major donor to the UK, giving $3 million in 2017 and $2m in 2018.
The funds are used to fund projects in the local community.
The UK’s UK arm is also looking to get more US funding for its new facility in Manchester.
“As we are seeing a great number of US military personnel in the country, we need a more permanent facility to provide their support and support services for our troops and veterans,” said David Burdett, the chief executive of the UK’s Ministry of Defence.
“This facility is a critical component of the military’s strategy to secure the UK for the future.
We have made significant investments in this project over the past year.”
The UK arm has also committed to supporting projects in Africa and the Middle East, as well as providing training and equipment for local staff.
“For the past few years, the UK arm’s UK staff have worked to provide the most professional and effective support to their Australian and US counterparts,” Mr Burdetts said.
In light of the ongoing and serious threat posed by the ongoing Zika virus epidemic, we are also working closely with the Salvationists to ensure the services we provide are appropriate for the local needs of our service members.”