The charity's branch in South Africa has used the internet sensation to raise awareness of domestic violence.
The dress that sparked the famous "white and gold or blue and black" debate was designed in Birmingham.
The UK branch of the Salvation Army has also been promoting the messages on their twitter account.
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Lego have waded into the white and gold or blue and black dress debate by making their very own versions.
A post on their Instagram page read: "White and gold...black and blue? We found a way around science - you can have both!"
It comes after the dress which sent the internet into a frenzy was finally revealed as being blue and black by its designer.
However, the makers now plan on making a white and gold version after selling out of the dress yesterday morning.
The Birmingham-based company behind what has become known as 'the dress' said its viral fame has caused it to sell out.
Ian Johnson, creative manager for Birmingham-based Roman Originals, said the dress sold out from the website within half an hour this morning.
Johnson they have been overwhelmed with demand for the black and blue dress, and have also been inundated with calls from people who want a white and gold version.
We're vastly over where we'd be normally.
Our website's currently at about a million visits to this page alone. It is back in stock now, and we are looking pretty good into the weekend.
Our head designer, Michelle Bastok is discussing the possibility of the white and gold version, and we are hoping to get that made soon.
The woman who designed the dress which has become an internet sensation has told ITV News Central that the last 24 hours have been "absolutely crazy".
The image below was put on twitter last night and a few hours later it had become the centre of a global argument over its colour.
Celebrities like Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and Kim Kardashian have all joined the debate, as well as Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour Leader Ed Miliband.
Some see white and gold, others see blue and black.
Michele Bastock from fashion company 'Roman' is based in Erdington in Birmingham.
She was wearing the dress and settled the argument once and for all, by stating it was blue and black!
It's royal blue with a black lace, that is what we photographed in the publicity shots.
That's what the lady (who tweeted the image) purchased.
Everyone just sees it differently I guess!"
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