Target team members help with activities at Salvation Army after-school reading program

How Corporate Partnerships Increase Resources and Effectiveness of Salvation Army Programs

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As part of its commitment to help alleviate hunger and end poverty across Canada, Target has partnered with The Salvation Army to provide healthy meal options to children across the country. “Target Canada is a critical partner in ensuring that youth in our country have access to sufficient and nutritious food,” says Major Les Marshall, The Salvation Army’s Territorial Public Relations and Development Secretary. “There isn’t a lot of food in my house,” says one Grade 5 student who receives a healthy lunch from The Salvation Army in Regina. “Sometimes

Canadian author and sociologist, Anne-Marie Ambert, supports Salvation Army programs and services

Why One Donor Gives to The Salvation Army

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Donating to charity is one of the most meaningful acts a person can take. Every year, more than 24 million Canadians donate to those in need because they care about their fellow citizens. But with 160,000 charities and non-profit organizations,

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Salvation Army Launches 2013/2014 Annual Review

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Hope happens every day at The Salvation Army. A warm bed for someone out in the cold. A bag of nutritious food for a hungry family. Counselling to help someone break the chains of addiction. Last year, The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda helped more than 1.8 million people rebuild broken homes and lives. That’s one person every 20 seconds. As the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in the country, The Salvation Army assists people with close to 50 different programs and services provided from coast to