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When Johnathan Bannan walked into the shelter at The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre, he'd hit rock bottom. The Residential Life Skills program helped with one-on-one coaching and practical social skills development, helping Johnathan to set, reach and maintain independent life goals. “I learned how to care for myself,” Bannan said. “I found the structure and tools I needed to do what I had...
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Salvation Army life skills program helps homeless men turn their lives around

Murdoch Mysteries recently partnered with The Salvation Army in Canada for a little magic and mystery this holiday season. Be sure to watch the Christmas special on CBC Dec. 12 at 8 p.m. EST, with an encore presentation on Christmas Day. Murdoch Mysteries
A healthy meal and some conversation. When you feel part of a community, it’s easier to work through life and its challenges.
Sponsor vulnerable children today. Help build a brighter future for those who have so little. [ Salvationarmy.ca Link ]
Poverty isn't always easy to see. Especially at Christmas. Use the 360° feature to explore this image, and reveal a side of the holidays we don’t often recognize.
1 in 10 Canadians live in poverty. Today, on International Volunteer Day, you can take action to help them. Register online to volunteer, donate canned goods or give your spare change at a Christmas Kettle. Help change lives this Christmas season. [ Salvationarmy.ca Link ]

Thank You, Volunteers

Early this week, The Salvation Army and Sikh community of Medicine Hat, Alta., joined together to help feed vulnerable people in their community. “It was a beautiful time of connection with community and an example to our people of partnering and working together no matter our faith belief.” [ Ow.ly Link ]

Salvation Army and Sikh Community Come Together to Feed the Hungry

The Salvation Army and Running Room Inc would like to thank everyone who participated in, or supported, the 26th annual Santa Shuffle. You are helping to give hope to thousands of vulnerable Canadians this Christmas season.
It’s that time of the year again when Salvation Army Christmas kettles are found all around, from malls to grocery stores. With a national goal of $21 million, no donation is too small. Money raised will stay local and help fund programs and social services in your community. Give the gift of hope this holiday, donate to a Kettle. [ Ow.ly Link ]
For Doreen, the support she received last Christmas wasn’t just about the food and gifts for her family, but the time people took to speak with her and make her feel important, respected and loved. [ Salvationarmy.ca Link ]

Christmas Programs Brings Hope To Families

We were honoured to have Prime Minister Justin Trudeau join The Salvation Army and CTV News last night in Toronto to help build a mountain of toys. [ Ctvnews.ca Link ]

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‘I hope I don’t have to be here for long.’ Many food bank users never anticipate needing the support, and are grateful that it’s there. @CBC News shares what it’s like to rely on a food bank. [ Ow.ly Link ]

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Hurricane Matthew left La Forte, Haiti, completely devastated with agriculture wiped out. The Salvation Army is on the ground helping communities like this with urgent food support.
Christmas is the season of giving. Please consider donating to The Salvation Army, who provided 3.2 million free meals last year for vulnerable men, women and families. No act of generosity is too small. #GivingTuesday
The Santa Shuffle is coming to town this Saturday, Dec. 3, in 42 locations across Canada. Support your local Salvation Army through this fun event by registering with your family and friends today. Online registration closes this Wednesday at midnight. Help make a difference…one step at a time. [ Ow.ly Link ]
The Salvation Army believes that every person deserves to be treated with dignity and compassion. Thanks to the support of our donors and volunteers, The Salvation Army assisted over 1.9 million vulnerable people last year.
Appearances can be deceiving. Especially at this time of year. Use the 360° feature to explore this image, and reveal a side of the holidays we don’t often see.
We keep making better things. Why can’t we make things better for everyone?
We keep making better things. This Black Friday, when we rush out to stores for deals on the latest tech gadgets and large screen TV’s, let's take a step back and ask ourselves, why can’t we make things better for everyone?
What do you get the person who has everything for Christmas? Give the gift of hope by supporting The Salvation Army's clean water projects. Watch this video to learn more about how clean water initiatives are supporting communities in developing countries. [ Salvationarmy.ca Link ]