Posted on 29th May 2012, by
  Regina, SK – The Salvation Army has always maintained its goal to provide hope and dignity by supporting people through life’s challenges. We do that in many ways, including helping families, caring for the elderly, feeding the hungry, giving shelter to the homeless, and helping young people. There is one rising need that has  […]
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The City of Regina recognizes Dignity Month

Posted on 1st May 2012, by
Regina, SK – The Salvation Army is always appreciative of the support it receives – from individual donors to corporate donors all the way up to government. Today, The Salvation Army is thanking the City of Regina for doing its part to help grow the over century year old organization. For the second consecutive year, The Salvation  […]
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Saskatchewan led nation in 2010

Posted on 20th April 2012, by
Story courtesy of The Leaderpost: As a volunteer, Audrey Arndt is part of a large crowd in Saskatchewan. The province had the highest volunteer rate in Canada in 2010, according to a Statistics Canada report released Monday at the start of National Volunteer Week. In 2010, 58 per cent of Saskatchewan residents ages 15 and  […]
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How Much is a Penny Worth?

Posted on 4th April 2012, by
Winnipeg, MB – How much is a penny worth? That depends on who you ask. According to the Government of Canada, it has a negative value. It costs approximately 1.6 pennies to make a penny that is worth…a penny. In the recent budget presented to Parliament, we learn the penny’s days are numbered. With Canada  […]

Dignity Makes Good “Cents”

Posted on 30th March 2012, by
Regina, SK – The Salvation Army is always on the lookout to showcase Dignity for those less fortunate. In Regina, The Army’s newest dignity initiative delivers nutritional lunches to students of Coronation Park Elementary School on 4th Avenue North.  This program meets the needs of 50 kids who may not have access to a healthy  […]
The Salvation Army Barbara Mitchell Family Resource Centres in Winnipeg and Calgary To Promote Dignity For All Toronto, ON March 27, 2012 – As The Salvation Army celebrates the one-year anniversary of its Dignity Project, an initiative designed to educate and inform the public about the challenges facing society’s most vulnerable people, a generous donation  […]
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Regina, SK – Regina’s affordable housing crunch has the Salvation Army’s men’s shelter always at capacity and there is no relief in sight. In 2011 beds at the Waterston Centre were used almost 23,000 times, a 6,000 increase from 2010. Many of the people staying at the shelter are trades people in Regina for jobs.  […]
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The Salvation Army Supports Search & Rescue Workers

Posted on 21st February 2012, by
Regina, SK — The Salvation Army in Regina supported search and rescue workers for a 3rd time in a month as the ground search for Brandy Rene Wesaquate of Regina resumed. The team, which included 13 search and rescue workers, 8 RCMP members and 3 city police officers, concentrated on a rural area east of the  […]
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