Chiropractors Needed to Keep Centre of Hope Clinic Open

Posted on 25th June 2019, by shannonw
The Salvation Army Centre of Hope Chiropractic Clinic has helped hundreds of patients but may have no choice to shut down if they don’t see an increase of volunteers. “If we don’t get new volunteers, the program will be in jeopardy.” Local Chiropractor Rod Overton launched the program when he was the President of the  […]

New Officers Able to Return the Favour, and Much More

Posted on 20th June 2019, by shannonw
Reposted from the Winnipeg Free Press | By John Longhurst | June 17, 2019   Derek and Angela Kerr once needed a food bank to get by. Come July, they will be in charge of one, as ordained clergy in the Salvation Army. “It’s been an incredible journey,” Derek, 46, said “God has carried us  […]

Salvation Army Celebrates National Donut Day

Posted on 11th June 2019, by shannonw
On the first Friday of June, for the third consecutive year in downtown London, The Salvation Army celebrated National Donut Day by handing out hundreds of free donuts outside the Covent Garden Market. The Salvation Army created National Donut Day in 1938 to honour the “Donut Lassies” who served fresh donuts to soldiers on the front  […]

Volunteers Share Stories of Satisfaction

Posted on 8th April 2019, by shannonw
Shannon Wise | Apr. 8, 2019 On National Volunteer week, The Salvation Army extends a special thank you to our over 130,000 dedicated volunteers. Our volunteers provided over 1 million hours of service last year to help us feed, clothe, shelter and empower struggling Canadians. These are just a few of the thousands of volunteers  […]

World Autism Awareness Day

Posted on 2nd April 2019, by shannonw
By Shannon Wise | Apr. 2, 2019 In Canada, more than a quarter of a million families are touched by autism spectrum disorders. The Salvation Army London Village Respite Program supports over 200 families; approximately 50 have a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Seven-year-old Elijah has attended its ASD program for over a year.  […]