Support for The Salvation Army in Quebec City

Posted on 15th March 2021, by larisa
Andy Albert, Major des Services Communautaires de la Ville de Québec avec un chèque de 7500$ du député de Vanier-Les Rivières, Mario Asselin.
On behalf of the Salvation Army in the city of Quebec, we would like to thank Mario Asselin, member of the National Assembly for Vanier-Les Rivières for the donation of $7,500 for our food bank services.   With the rising food and fuel prices, static incomes, high unemployment and changes of benefits are causing many  […]

From Just Existing to Living Again

Posted on 28th January 2021, by larisa
Lesley could no longer maintain housing with numerous providers who tried to help, she lived in Salvation Army emergency shelters and a transitional housing unit.
In her early 30s, Lesley’s true challenges began. A severe and chronic mental health diagnosis coupled with alcohol and addiction issues left her no longer able to function. Throughout her journey she found The Salvation Army, they helped her—no matter what condition she arrived in. “I had graduated from the University of Alberta with honours and moved  […]
Help fill our kettles on Walmart Fill the Kettle Day
On Saturday, December 19, Walmart Canada will host the 11th annual “Fill the Kettle Day” and match donations made by individuals to Salvation Army Christmas kettles located in its stores nationwide, to a maximum of $100,000. “This has been a year like no other as our nation has struggled through one of the most difficult  […]
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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about many challenges to The Salvation Army’s Christmas Kettle Campaign, its largest fundraising drive of the year. At a time when more and more individuals and families are facing new financial challenges and frightening realities, there has been a decline in foot traffic, fewer kettles have been mobilized and there  […]