Out of Office for a Cause

Posted on 10th December 2018, by SalvationArmy.ca
out of office for a cause - instead of being generic, be generous
During the holiday season, there are millions of out-of-office emails sent. The Salvation Army wants to use them to help the 1 in 7 Canadians living in poverty who likely can’t afford to take time off. We’re asking Canadians to turn their generic out-of-office email into a generous request for donations. Even if 1% of  […]

The Salvation Army launches 128th annual Christmas Kettle Campaign

Posted on 19th November 2018, by SalvationArmy.ca
Woman Donates to Salvation Army Kettle
TORONTO, Nov. 19, 2018 – Today, The Salvation Army officially launches its 2018 Christmas Kettle Campaign, which is its largest public fundraising drive of the year. Now in its 128th year, the annual fundraiser seeks donations from the public to help The Salvation Army assist millions of people living in poverty. With one in seven  […]

Salvation Army Responds to California Wildfires

Posted on 13th November 2018, by Salvation Army
the salvation army assisting in california with wildfires
Salvation Army staff and volunteers are providing assistance to first responders and people affected by unprecedented wildfires in California. More than a quarter of a million people have been forced from their homes in a disaster that has already claimed at least 30 lives. 220 people remain unaccounted for and nearly 7,000 structures have been  […]

War Bride Remembers First-Hand the Impact of The Salvation Army

Posted on 8th November 2018, by SalvationArmy.ca
the salvation army celebrates remembrance day
Kath Stewart, 93, has a personal connection to war and the service and sacrifices made. As Canadians remember and give thanks to people in all armed conflicts, past and present, Kath shares her vivid memories of extreme personal hardship and how The Salvation Army was present to comfort and help maintain military morale.“It’s not easy  […]
Canadian Personnel serving as Incident Management Team in Panama City, Fla
PANAMA CITY, FL – A team of 12 Salvation Army emergency disaster personnel have their boots on the ground to manage operations in the Florida Panhandle as residents continue to cope with the destruction and devastation from Hurricane Michael. “We are extremely grateful to have our Canadian counterparts managing operations,” says Steven Hartsook, Divisional Disaster  […]