Salvation Army and Build-A-Bear Workshop Help Vulnerable Families at Christmas

Salvation Army and Build-A-Bear Workshop Partner to Benefit Vulnerable Families

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This Christmas season, The Salvation Army and Build-A-Bear Workshop are giving the gift of teddy-bear hugs to vulnerable families and children across Canada. Between November 1 and December 14, you are invited to drop off a new, unwrapped toy, or make and purchase a furry friend to be distributed by The Salvation Army to local families in need. Build-A-Bear Workshop will also match your toy donation with a Build-A-Bear furry friend. You can add a purple satin heart to any bear for a $1 donation. “No child should have to

Salvation Army Program Responds to Housing Needs

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Imagine sleeping outside in sub-zero temperatures or moving from one temporary shelter to another. The Salvation Army Housing Response Team strives to help vulnerable people find, keep and live in affordable and permanent housing.

Salvation Army Christmas volunteer brings hope in the midst of brokenness

How You Can Change a Life This Christmas

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In high school, Robin’s distorted self-image lead to an eating disorder. Today, at 21, she has turned her life around and this Christmas season is volunteering with The Salvation Army to help others find strength during some of their most

Volunteers help The Salvation Army make Christmas memorable for people in need

Five Reasons to Volunteer this Christmas with The Salvation Army

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Volunteering and giving back is one of the most meaningful gifts you can give this Christmas. As The Salvation Army embarks on its Christmas campaign, it relies on volunteers to make Christmas memorable for people in need. From assisting on our iconic red kettles, to feeding the hungry, to sorting toys and packing food hampers, volunteering will: make a child’s eyes light up when they unwrap a new toy on Christmas morning; give a homeless person Christmas dinner and a friend to share it with; provide a food hamper to