Charity Golf Tourney Helping out Sally Ann

09
.20

The Chilliwack Chiefs and the Salvation Army have teamed up for a charity golf tournament to be held Sept. 27 at the Chilliwack Golf and Country Club.

Money from the tournament will go towards the lease of a new three-ton reefer truck desperately needed by the Upper Valley Salvation Army Food Bank Program.

Read more

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Articles

Innovative program improves lives of vulnerable

Innovative Programs Improve Lives of Vulnerable

08
.27

The Salvation Army is committed to improving the lives of people who are struggling. This means constantly evolving to meet changing needs.

In Barrie, Ont., The Salvation Army’s Bayside Mission, a men’s shelter and social service centre, has developed three new initiatives that are making life easier and improving health.

Old Bikes Find New Homes

This past summer, a small group of teens collected old and unused bikes, tuned them up, and handed them over to The Salvation Army to distribute to […]

Ensuring vulnerable children go back to school with dignity

Ensuring Vulnerable Children Go Back to School with Dignity

08
.24

Back-to-school season is a time of excitement and fun for many kids. But for those living in poverty— which includes 600,000 Canadian children—back-to-school can come with worry and embarrassment.

School Feeding Programs

Across Canada, one in seven kids go to school hungry. As the price of food continues to rise, more and more families on fixed or limited incomes are facing food insecurity.

From coast to coast, The Salvation Army provides more than 100,000 meals annually to children through its school feeding programs.

Kids […]