Community in Bermuda Unites to Build a Garden at The Salvation Army

Posted on 13th November 2023, by
volunteers dig new garden
Throughout October, The Salvation Army in Bermuda took part in the “Housing4All” Campaign. This movement brought different organizations in Bermuda together to take part in various events to raise awareness about homelessness in the country. To honour the campaign, The Salvation Army’s Emergency Housing Shelter in Pembroke, Bermuda, decided to host a volunteer event, which  […]

A Kettle Volunteer’s Checklist

Posted on 7th November 2023, by
A man in a black coat and adult Salvation Army Christmas kettle volunteer, smiles and shake hands, a youth volunteer smiling to the side, Salvation Army thrift store in background.
The Salvation Army’s iconic Christmas Kettle Campaign has been providing hope to Canadians since 1906, when a single kettle in St. John’s, N.L. sought to collect donations in support of neighbours in need. Today, as one of Canada’s largest charitable giving events, the Kettle Campaign raises funds in over 2,000 kettle locations across the country.  […]
Coats for kids sign displayed at Salvation Army Cobourg
For the 29th year, The Salvation Army in Cobourg and Port Hope, Ont., hosted the Coats for Kids program. This event provides families in their community with much-needed winter coats and gear ahead of the colder seasons. Community and Family Services Manager at Port Hope, Lisa Graham, has co-led this program for nine years. She  […]

Why I Give

Posted on 26th October 2023, by
Image of donors and Salvation Army Christmas kettle
In every community, there are individuals whose generosity towards The Salvation Army positively impacts the lives of people going through hardship. The reasons why they donate may be different, but it usually stems from an impactful experience that led them to choose The Salvation Army. Elda Egan donates to The Salvation Army because she is  […]