Prairie News

group of kids posing in fron tof basketball net
WINNIPEG, MB – Thanks to The Winnipeg Foundation, Southlands Community Church of The Salvation Army has been enjoying a couple of brand new basketball nets to help keep the kids who use the facility having fun and staying active. The Winnipeg Foundation purchased two heavy-duty, portable Basketball nets for the youth at Southlands Community Church  […]

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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group posing on new furniture
Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program May 17, 2018 – Dan Vandal, Member of Parliament for Saint Boniface Saint Vital, recently visited the Barbara Mitchell Family Resource Centre (BMFRC) to view the new furniture that was funded by the Government of Canada’s News Horizons for Seniors Program, and also took some time to chat  […]

Daniel Krupka: The Man Behind the Meals

Posted on 23rd April 2018, by
man posing in kitchen
At a little after 11 a.m. on a Thursday morning, clients of the Winnipeg Booth Centre begin to make their way into the cafeteria on the main floor. Kitchen manager Daniel Krupka greets them all individually with a smile. “I pretty much grew up in the food industry, since I was about 14 years old,”  […]

Volunteering with The Salvation Army

Posted on 20th April 2018, by
woman sitting in office
SASKATOON, SK – “I always have a good day on my volunteering days” These are words we love to hear when a volunteer speaks about the time they are giving to The Salvation Army.  Ashleigh Mattern is a volunteer we obtained through Sum Theatre and Persephone Theatre’s involvement with the Compassion to Action movement. Focused  […]