Feeding Programs

A table full of prepared sandwiches in ziploc bags
When hundreds of truckers ad individuals were suddenly stranded at the Nova Scotia-New Brunswick border due to protests, The Salvation Army corps/church in Truro and Springhill stepped up to provide food, hydration, and emotional and spiritual care. The protests began at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, June 22. By Wednesday morning, word was spreading that hundreds  […]

Community Honours Salvation Army Frontline Worker  

Posted on 2nd March 2021, by SalvationArmy.ca
Judy behind her desk with mask and certificate of appreciation
Judy Peifer had no idea that one of her coworkers had nominated her for “Change the Narrative SC”, a program in Swift Current, Sask., to celebrate essential workers who go the extra mile, especially during a pandemic. “I wondered why the staff was meeting in the gym,” says Judy. “When I heard ‘we want to  […]

Mobile Feeding Unit a Welcome Site for the Vulnerable

Posted on 2nd February 2021, by SalvationArmy.ca
guests line up at mobile feeding unit in winter weather
For the past two years, and every Saturday night, The Salvation Army’s mobile feeding unit in Williams Lake, B.C., has been a lifeline for those experiencing homelessness and the vulnerable. In the winter months, the unit is a particularly welcome site that can prevent serious injuries and even death from exposure to the cold. “I’ve  […]