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Hope stories
TSA 2024 - We'll Be There (April) - In Market Apr 1 - Apr 30

With your help, we'll
be there for those
who need us most

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Give hope today
and every day.

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The Salvation Army Hope Stories.

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Our Mission

The Salvation Army is a Christian organization that gives hope and support to vulnerable people in 400 communities across Canada and in 134 countries. The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.

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first testimonial
Kyle and a woman standing outside

“The Salvation Army said they could help. It was a good feeling."
—Kyle

second testimonial
Norman cooking a meal in a kitchen

“I’m on the other side today because of caring and loving.”
—Norman

third testimonial
Olguin in front of EDS truck

“You did so much for people in our community.”
—Olguin

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Your Support In Action

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OVER 3 MILLION

visits were made to The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda for assistance last year.

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438,000

visits for Christmas assistance including food hampers and toys.

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7,800

interactions through drop-in day programs that deal with mental health and recovery.

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257,000

school meals provided.

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6,632

children were helped through the Brighter Futures Children’s Sponsorship Program.

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3.2 MILLION

community meals were distributed.

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31,600

interactions through street outreach.

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2,100,000

people were assisted with food, clothing or practical assistance.

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8,625

interactions with people attended language training, settlement services and refugee services.

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5,500

shelter, addictions, detox, and mental health beds provided
each night.

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1,650

people helped when disaster struck.

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3,000

children and teens attended Salvation Army camps.

OVERCOMING HOMELESSNESS AND IMPROVING MENTAL HEALTH

ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY

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