Salvation Army Ramps up Efforts to Help Combat Coronavirus

Posted on 18th March 2020, by
Salvation Army volunteer stocks food shelves
TORONTO, ON March 18, 2020—Experts say that community transmission of COVID-19 is underway in Canada and The Salvation Army is ramping up its efforts to help prevent the spread of the virus. “From coast to coast, The Salvation Army is heeding advice from the government and health authorities to protect the safety of the 1.6  […]

Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQs

Posted on 17th March 2020, by
Salvation Army worker hands bag of food to food bank client
Q: What is The Salvation Army doing about the COVID-19 pandemic? A: As an organization that has people at the core of our mission, the safety and health of our employees, clients, volunteers and partners is paramount. As one of the largest providers of social services in the  country, we are doing our part to  […]

Salvation Army Addresses Coronavirus Pandemic

Posted on 14th March 2020, by
Covid-19 The Salvation Army's Response
COVID-19 (coronavirus) has developed quickly, and The Salvation Army is committed to taking preventative measures to protect the safety of the 1.6 million people we serve each year as well as our officers, employees and volunteers. Their well-being is our top priority. As the situation evolves, we continue to monitor and promote the Public Health  […]

Helping Teens Combat Bullying

Posted on 26th February 2020, by
1 in 3 students are bullied
Wednesday, February 26, is Pink Shirt Day, when Canadians are encouraged to wear pink to support the prevention, awareness and education of bullying. The Salvation Army offers programs that provide positive strategies for bullied students and for bullies who use anger to control their classmates. “In today’s schools, bullying occurs once every 25 minutes.” In  […]