Community Generosity flows into Food Bank

Posted on 12th October 2018, by
Foodbank Donation - carts full of food
The Salvation Army Food Bank, in Fort Frances, received generous donations from the Community through the efforts of two valuable partners – The Bargain Shop and Safeway in Fort Frances. On behalf of those who will benefit from your generosity, we say Thank you to: Darcy and her team at The Bargain Shop and Kevin  […]

Generous young heart fills backpacks

Posted on 22nd August 2018, by
boy with two chopping carts in aisle at Staples
SASKATOON, SK – Many people set goals, whether they are personal, financial or life goals. It keeps you focused, and helps you to organize your time and your resources so that you can make the most of your life. But were any of you nine years old when you made your goals? Meet Zachary Phenix,  […]
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A Gift to do the Lord’s Work

Posted on 11th July 2018, by
Salvation Army worker talking to an eldery woman
Leaving a bequest to The Salvation Army is the simplest way to create a legacy of everlasting hope. Meet Catherine McKenzie, one of our loyal donors who made the decision to create a legacy that reflects her living values by leaving a gift to The Salvation Army in her will. Why do you want to  […]
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Regina Haven of Hope provides 875 backpacks

Posted on 3rd September 2014, by
REGINA, SK – It was a very successful school supply drive at Regina’s Haven of Hope with generous supporters dropping off bags and boxes filled with back to school supplies, some had backpacks already filled. Regina is a wonderful, generous community filled with kind and giving individuals.  In total, 875 backpacks were stuffed and given  […]
SASKATOON, SK – The Salvation Army celebrated five years of sponsorship from PotashCorp Inc. for the “Food on the Move” program in Saskatoon. With the gracious sponsorship from PotashCorp, the program has served an average of 5,500 bagged lunches each summer to underprivileged children at 10 inner-city park locations, totaling over 22,000 meals. To date,  […]
After the torrential rainfall at the end of June, Saskatchewan continues to be devastated by flooding in the southern region. The Salvation Army continues to support the affected communities and work with other emergency disaster agencies. To date there have been a total of 450 volunteer hours, approximately 6000 lbs of water, 550 meals, 170  […]

UPDATE: Golden West Centennial Lodge Flood

Posted on 19th May 2014, by
UPDATE May 28, 2014:  Assessment of damages at Golden West Centennial Lodge has been completed and restoration work is underway.  However, due to the damages, we are unable to ensure the building will reopen safely for resident care next week as originally hoped. Golden West Centennial Lodge is making plans with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority  […]

Beaver Creek – Spring Break Camp

Posted on 23rd April 2014, by
SASKATOON, SK – We all have heard the term “Happy Camper”. This statement couldn’t be truer than at the  2nd Annual Salvation Army Spring Break Camp.  50 children attended a five day camp filled with fun, fellowship and adventure during spring break. “Providing an opportunity for kids to have something positive, fun and memorable to  […]

In Memory of Jeanie

Posted on 19th March 2014, by
Saskatoon, SK – It was a Monday like any other until Mr. Peter Rens walked through the door. Peter came to honor his wife of 58 years, Mrs. Jean Rens (nee Muncer), with a donation in her memory. “May 4th will be one year since her passing,” explained Mr. Rens, “I thought it would be  […]

Cash for Clunkers and Charity

Posted on 21st February 2014, by
Regina, SK – As part of its Capital Cares volunteer and sponsorship initiative, Capital GMC in Regina raised $5,500 for The Salvation Army through its Cash for Clunkers and Charity campaign. “This was an easy way for Capital GMC and our customers to support The Salvation Army.  It supplies a great service to the community  […]