The Salvation Army Answers the Mayor’s Call for Support

Posted on 30th August 2018, by G. van Gulik
Toronto, Aug 30, 2018 – The Salvation Army in Toronto is responding to Mayor John Tory’s appeal for support for over 1,500 people, including over 300 children, who were displaced after the St. James Town apartment building fire last week at 650 Parliament Street. The Salvation Army is mobilizing their Community and Family Services teams  […]

When No Road Leads to Home

Posted on 12th January 2018, by juneli
For months, 83-year-old Elsie has slept rough on the streets of Toronto while she tries to get a foot in the door―any door. “I’ve never faced challenges such as this,” Elsie tells a Salvation Army worker. “All I seek is a safe, secure place to lay my head every night.” Moss Park cots Elsie is  […]
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Belleville Man Recognizes Kettle Volunteer as Long-lost Brother

Posted on 21st December 2017, by The Salvation Army in Canada
Belleville Man Recognizes Kettle Volunteer as Long-lost Brother
They hadn’t seen each other, or spoken, for 28 years when Mike Horsburgh flipped open his local newspaper to read that his brother, Bill, was volunteering with The Salvation Army’s Christmas kettle campaign. “I hadn’t seen Mike, or my other siblings, since my father’s funeral in 1989,” says Bill. “Time, distance and sometimes hard feelings  […]
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The Salvation Army Responds to Mozambique Floods

Posted on 16th January 2015, by Ontario Central East
London, 16 January 2015/IHQ/ – THE Salvation Army in Mozambique is responding after floods caused more than 70 deaths and left thousands of people homeless. Around 100,000 people in the north and centre of the country are estimated to have been affected, with heavy rain expected to continue for days. The town of Mocuba in  […]
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Food Bank Reduces Thanksgiving Stress

Posted on 9th October 2014, by Ontario Central East
Barbara, 33, doesn’t want to be a statistic. However, she is one of 850,000 Canadians assisted by food banks each month. This Thanksgiving, when we consider our many privileges and opportunities, let’s take a minute to think about the hundreds of thousands of Canadian families who struggle to put food on the table. “Sometimes my  […]


Posted on 1st October 2014, by Ontario Central East
The Salvation Army Barrie Bayside Mission opens Day Program Centre On September 30th, 2014, The Salvation Army Barrie Bayside Mission proudly celebrated the grand opening of its new Day Program Centre.  Built to better meet the needs of a growing community, the Day Program Centre will offer programs, resources and refuge to those in need  […]

Son Does Mom Proud

Posted on 10th September 2014, by Ontario Central East
Pineview Golf Owner Don Costello drives a community of support for Grace Manor By Caroline Franks “Every day when I visit The Salvation Army Grace Manor I am awestruck by the concern, the love and the devotion of the staff,” said Pineview Golf Course owner Don Costello on Ed Hand’s morning show on 1310 News,  […]

Salvation Army Responds to Slide Fire in Arizona

Posted on 23rd May 2014, by Ontario Central East
The Salvation Army is responding to a #SlideFire in Arizona that has burned 4500 acres. Thousands of people are on stand- by to be potentially evacuated. For more info and ways to give, visit:
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Salvation Army officers/pastors in Oslo are meeting emotional and spiritual needs following the bomb blast in the capital on Friday, July 22, and the subsequent shooting incident on the island of Utøya. More than 90 people are known to have died in the two attacks, with hundreds more injured or otherwise affected. ‘Our thoughts and  […]
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