The Salvation Army, as part of the More than Gold Olympic mission programme, has been involved in working with other Christian denominations from around the world since the arrival of the Torch in the UK.
The Salvation Army’s South and Mid Wales Division welcomed new leaders Majors Derek and Susan Jones with a series of welcome meetings on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 September.
On the 100th anniversary of the death of William Booth, social reformer and co-founder of The Salvation Army, the church and charity commissioned a YouGov survey looking at whether social issues for families have changed from those identified by The Salvation Army a century ago.
A Salvation Army spokesperson said: "We welcome any initiative that helps prevent homelessness. Through our numerous churches and social centres we provide support for vulnerable people including young people and former offenders on a daily basis and we welcome the commitment to earlier support for those groups in the strategy.
The Salvation Army was again on hand at the Olympic Men's Marathon on Sunday 12 August to distribute bottled water to the crowds along the route and to emergency services personnel and staff from the Corporation of London.