Camp Kids

Photo Essay: How Summer Camp Changes Lives


Summer is here, and one place that gives vulnerable children the opportunity to have fun and learn life-long skills is Salvation Army camps. Click on any picture below to access the photo gallery and learn more about the positive impact that camp can have on a young life.

Salvation Army receives water to distribute to first responders

Fort McMurray: After the Fire


“As the community moves from response to re-entry to recovery and rebuilding, the local Salvation Army in Fort McMurray is beginning to consider and anticipate community needs,” says Captain Mark Stanley from The Salvation Army in Alberta.

As of July 4, Alberta Agriculture and Forestry classified the wildfire as under control, completely contained and will be extinguished. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people evacuated have returned to their homes. With this in mind, The Salvation Army has identified three key goals.

  • Continue to […]

  • throwbackthurs_feature

    July 2015: Saskatchewan is Burning


    Last July, with 110 active wildfires burning in Saskatchewan, The Salvation Army was on-site supporting various communities with food, clothing, emotional and spiritual support.

    Summer Camp Changes Lives

    Summer Camp Changes Lives


    Parents want the best opportunities for their children, but for thousands of Canadians struggling to make ends meet, sending a child to summer camp is an extra expense they simply can’t afford.

    "There's no way I could afford to send my kids to camp," says Tricia. “Salvation Army summer camp has been a godsend.” Despite having full-time employment Trish’s income doesn’t allow for extras like camp.

    Every year, thousands of individuals and children from low-income families attend Salvation Army summer camps. From […]