Salvation Army provides food and sanitation items for Ebola relief in Liberia

The Salvation Army Seeks Donations to Support Orphans and Vulnerable Children Impacted by Ebola

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More than 10 months have passed since Ebola was first identified in West Africa, but the scale of the crisis continues to grow. The deadliest outbreak on record, Ebola is claiming the lives of 70 percent of people infected. The Salvation Army is responding to the crisis and asking for Canadians to support its relief efforts in Liberia. “Orphaned children sit alone in their homes and no one is willing to claim them,” says Major Samuel Amponsah, The Salvation Army’s General Secretary in Liberia. “People quarantined have no food, and

30,000 Canadians Don’t Have a Home

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No one wants to be homeless, but 30,000 Canadians are on the streets every night. The Salvation Army provides emergency shelter and strives to help vulnerable people find, keep and live in affordable and permanent housing.

Community Kitchen Helps Put Hope on the Table

Community Kitchen Helps Put Hope on the Table

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Darlene, 41, never expected she’d have to rely on the kindness of others for food or be forced to give up healthy choices. When her life became increasingly difficult, she called The Salvation Army for assistance. Today she is stronger,

Salvation Army in the News

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Every year, The Salvation Army in Canada helps over 1.8 million people. The following are snapshots from media sources of The Salvation Army at work during the week of October 20. Vernon, B.C. For people with limited incomes, it can be challenging to put fruit and vegetables on the plate. The Salvation Army is grateful to the Vernon Farmers Market for 19,000 pounds of fresh produce to ensure people in need have a nutritious diet. Read more. Barrie, Ont. The Salvation Army’s annual Coats for Kids campaign is underway in