The Salvation Army’s Fredericton Community Church is a space where kids come to play, share a meal, and learn lifelong lessons. Every Tuesday evening throughout the school year, excitement fills the air as children aged 7 to 12 eagerly join in on Orange, a cornerstone program of Fredericton’s youth ministry. Orange is a Christian-learning curriculum  […]

Women’s Shelter : Vicky’s Transformative Journey

Posted on 26th April 2024, by jonathang
L'histoire de Vicky
Located in the heart of Montreal, L’Abri d’espoir is a shelter and residence dedicated to welcoming women in difficulty. It provides immediate support along with services and programs designed to facilitate their social reintegration. In this compassionate environment, Vicky Harvey, facing significant challenges as an expectant mother battling her addictions, found refuge and new hope.  […]
The work of The Salvation Army would not be possible without a team of dedicated Volunteers – the Heroes Behind the Shield. Their generous contribution of time and resources help The Salvation Army provide life-changing services to those in need across the Maritimes. One of those heroes is Barb MacKey, who volunteers with The Salvation  […]
In rural Newfoundland, at only five years old, Lt. Colonel Sandra Stokes knew she wanted to join The Salvation Army. This decision, along with God’s guidance, led her on an incredible journey of helping those she met, inspiring others with her faith, and shaping the leader she has become in her current position as Divisional  […]

Community Collaboration Helps Those Experiencing Homelessness

Posted on 27th February 2024, by lindseym
In a display of community spirit, The Salvation Army, and partnering organizations in Truro, N.S., have joined together to support the local homeless population during these harsh winter months. With a goal of making a significant difference in the lives of those without shelter, the congregations of The Salvation Army, Groundswell Baptist Church, and the  […]

The Hope of Spring: Diana’s Story

Posted on 26th February 2024, by jonathang
As the winter approached, bringing with it a chill that seemed to seep into the bones, Diana and her six children faced the kind of cold that goes beyond physical discomfort. It was a cold that threatened hope itself, making each day a battle for warmth and light. Yet, it was in this moment of  […]

Community Winter Storm Response Recognized by Prime Minister

Posted on 25th February 2024, by lindseym
Sydney, N.S., saw record snowfall this February when a multiple-day winter storm dropped over 150 centimeters. In response, The Salvation Army was busy helping those in need by providing spiritual and emotional support and packing and distributing emergency food hampers in partnership with Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM) and the Provincial Incident Management Team. With  […]
According to a municipal registry, there are currently more than 1,000 individuals without a home in Halifax, N.S. This figure includes people who live in shelters or are couch surfing. It also includes people who fall under the category of “living rough”. This group consists of people who live in makeshift shelters, such as tents.  […]
Born to an English father and a Scottish mother, Donald Brazier early years were marked by the tumultuous backdrop of World War II. His father, Richard (Dick) George Brazier played a pivotal role in shaping his perspective on life, instilling in him the values of generosity and community service, especially with the Salvation Army. As  […]
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