A Bible donation made through the Salvation Army’s website can go to charity or go directly to a needy family.
The Salvation Army said on its website that it is “100% transparent” about where donations are made and how they are spent.
It also said the website allows users to track where donations go, what they are used for and when.
“You can choose to donate directly to your local Salvation Army to help the needy or to an organisation that supports the needy,” the website said.
“If you choose to give directly to an organization, please consider how the funds will be spent.”
“If it is decided that you will not donate directly, the donation will be made through a third-party agency, like a bank, and will be used for an endowment to help a specific charity.”
The Salvation Arm said the site was designed to be a secure, secure place where donations can be sent anonymously, which is similar to how bank transfers are handled.
“We want to make sure the donations go to the people who need them most,” the organisation said in a statement.
“While the donations we receive are anonymous, we can only assume the identity of the donor if we have an indication of their identity.”
It said it was a great way to help people in need.
“When people need money we can offer the opportunity to give,” the Salvation Arm statement said.
“The generosity and kindness of others, which comes from faith and love, can make the world a better place.”
Please don’t think we are a charity, just a way to give.
“The charity said it used a variety of ways to help in the UK and around the world.”
There are many charities that can give to the most vulnerable and vulnerable people, including a number that are working to eradicate malaria,” the statement said, adding that it had recently launched a “donate directly” campaign in the US.”
In the UK, we’re working with a range of charities, including St Luke’s Hospice, who are working with children, elderly people, and people with disabilities to tackle some of the challenges facing our communities,” it said.