Who we are
The Salvation Army is a church and a charity, delivering its mission in over 130 countries. In the UK it has an income of c.£300 million and its work is very diverse, providing nurseries & older peoples services, fighting modern slavery & giving people employment opportunities, as well as homelessness and many other support programmes. In its group there is an ethical insurer, a trading company and a housing association; and it is blessed with a considerable property portfolio.
The Salvation Army is one of the oldest and most diverse providers of social services in the world, delivering its mission as a church and a charity in more than 130 countries.
The Salvation Army Trustee Company (SATCo) is the corporate trustee of the trusts under which The Salvation Army operates in the UK. The diversity of The Salvation Army’s UK programme is reflected in its charitable activities (from anti-human trafficking work to older people’s services), the breadth of its group (including an ethical insurer and a housing association) and the extent of its physical assets (including a considerable property portfolio).
The value of The Salvation Army Investment portfolio is >£100m and these funds are invested by a number of investment managers in line with The Salvation Army’s Code of Ethical Practice.
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