Upcoming Events

October 20 | Coat Drive
Help us Share The Warmth this winter by donating a new or gently used winter jacket at the October 20th Stampeders home game vs Saskatchewan! In partnership with the Stampeders and Q107, volunteers will be at each entrance accepting donations to make sure Calgarians in need stay warm this winter. See you at the game!

November 14 | Hope in the City Edmonton
We’re officially launching our Annual Christmas Kettle Campaign with this event at the Chateau Lacombe. We are proud to announce General (Ret.) Rick Hillier will be our guest speaker this year, and we invite you to purchase a table, become a sponsor, or a donor to help support our Kettle Campaign. More info >>

November 23 | Hope in the City Calgary
Join us at the Hyatt Calgary to officially launch our annual Christmas Kettle Campaign with guest speaker, General (Ret.) Rick Hillier. This luncheon helps raises funds for year-round programs and services to help Calgarians struggling with poverty and meeting their basic needs. More info >>

November 24 | Grey Cup Parade
Watch for The Salvation Army’s entry in the Grey Parade in Edmonton this year. We just thought that we couldn’t miss a parade in November, and decided to celebrate our 125th year serving Edmonton walking through this great city celebrating the Grey Cup!

December 1 | Santa Shuffle Fun Run
Help fight poverty one step at a time at our annual 5K Fun Run and 1K Elf Walk! Races will be held in Calgary, Edmonton, and Red Deer at 10 a.m. Saturday, December 1st. Register your team today at SantaShuffle.ca and start collecting pledges!

December 8 | Festival of Carols
Join us at the Winspear Centre in Edmonton for a free Christmas concert and carol sing. This is an event for all ages so bring your family and get ready to enjoy some great performances and to sing some carols. Free tickets are available by calling 780-412-2736 or by emailing us at events_ab@can.salvationarmy.org. All seats are general admission, auditorium opens at 7 p.m. and the concert begins at 7:30 p.m. More info >>