The largest charity organization in the world is The Salvation Army. The Salvation Army is an international Christian church and charitable movement founded by William Booth in 1865. The organisation's stated mission is "to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination". Its international headquarters are located in London, England, and its founders are commemorated at the William Booth Memorial Chapel there.
The Salvation Army has a wide variety of services which it provides to those in need including but not limited to: food banks, disaster relief, addiction recovery programs, anti-human trafficking initiatives, senior citizen services, youth camps and after-school programs. In 2015 alone they provided over $1.56 billion USD worth of assistance to 25 million people in need across 102 countries. They also operate 7500 centers worldwide where people can go for help or refuge.