THE SALVATION ARMY

CANADA & BERMUDA


The Salvation Army
 gives hope and dignity to vulnerable people today and every day in over 400 communities across Canada and in 131 countries around the world!

OUR MISSION

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.

OUR VALUES

HOPE―We give hope through the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

SERVICE―We reach out to support others without discrimination.

DIGNITY―We respect and value each other, recognizing everyone’s worth.

STEWARDSHIP―We responsibly manage the resources entrusted to us.

The Salvation Army

A Message from the
Territorial Commander
Commissioner, Susan McMillan

“In Canada, most of us have a strong network of family and friends…”

A Message from the
National Advisory
Board Chair, Andrew Lennox

“With one in seven Canadians living in poverty…”

YOUR SUPPORT IN ACTION

Over 1.6 million people were assisted by The Salvation Army last year
<b>261,000 </b>people were helped at Christmas

261,000 people were helped at Christmas

<b>111,000</b> people were visited in hospitals, nursing homes and other facilities

111,000 people were visited in hospitals, nursing homes and other facilities

<b>195,000 </b>meals were served school breakfasts

195,000 meals were served school breakfasts

<b>5,050 </b>children went to camp

5,050 children went to camp

<b>3,579 </b>children were helped through overseas sponsorship

3,579 children were helped through overseas sponsorship

<b>3.4 million </b>free meals were served at shelters and feeding programs

3.4 million free meals were served at shelters and feeding programs

<b>123,000 </b>people were helped in night patrol; rescue and suicide prevention

123,000 people were helped in night patrol; rescue and suicide prevention

<b>1,186,000 </b>persons were assisted with food, clothing or practical assistance

1,186,000 persons were assisted with food, clothing or practical assistance

<b>3,800 </b>shelter, addictions and mental health beds were provided each night

3,800 shelter, addictions and mental health beds were provided each night

<b>4,500 </b>people were helped when disaster struck

4,500 people were helped when disaster struck

<b>9,800 </b>people were helped with language training

9,800 people were helped with language training

<b>415</b> people completed addictions and rehabilitation programs

415 people completed addictions and rehabilitation programs

STORIES FROM THE PAST YEAR

FINANCIAL OVERVIEW

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