The Calgary Stampede began this weekend, and The Salvation Army’s divisional youth bands from Ontario, Impact Brass and Solidarity Brass, helped kick-off the 10-day event. Sixty band members, leaders and chaperones were formally invited to march in the Stampede parade by Calgary’s very own Glenmore Temple Band. Each year, the band invites other musical groups  […]

Jeri’s Story of Hope

Posted on 27th January 2023, by jmifsud
Your donation gives places like The Center of Hope in Winnipeg the ability to provide a warm place to sleep, showers, laundry, and access to other supports for unsheltered people. Jeri was diagnosed with a mental illness in his teens and received short-term care at The Centre of Hope which housed a crisis stabilization unit.  […]
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Recently, The Salvation Army’s Edmonton Centre of Hope (ECOH) celebrated their first Community Kitchen graduating class, a new program aiming to empower participants to thrive in recovery with nutrition education. Five people completed the 12-week cooking and skills program through a partnership between ECOH’s Cornerstone Residence and Edmonton Temple, where the commercial kitchen is located.  […]
People lining up for their to-go roast beef dinner at Winter Feast
  On February 18, The Salvation Army’s Addictions & Residential Centre (ARC) hosted their third annual Winter Feast event feeding nearly 200 of the inner city’s most vulnerable. The free event was open to everyone and was held fully outdoors due to the pandemic. Guests enjoyed hot chocolate, a full roast beef dinner, and a  […]

The 14th Annual Family Day Community Meal in Calgary

Posted on 13th February 2020, by jmifsud
People enjoying a free turkey dinner at the Annual Family Day Community Meal in Calgary.
The Salvation Army Centre of Hope in Calgary will be hosting its 14th Annual Family Day Community Meal on Monday, February 17th from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend and enjoy a free turkey dinner with all the trimmings, a little fellowship, and escape the cold. “Over the years, we have  […]