On Friday, May 25th, Deanne Roberts, Guelph Thrift Store Manager, was formally presented with an award for outstanding employer by The Employment Coordination Committee (ECC), of Guelph and Wellington County. The Salvation Army Thrift Store was among the roster of … Read more
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The Salvation Army Guelph Thrift Store has been recognized as an outstanding employer by The Employment Coordination Committee (ECC), of Guelph and Wellington County. The distinction is given to employers who have demonstrated leadership in providing work experience, training and … Read more
Donors can Text ‘HOPE’ to 45678 to make $5.00 Christmas Campaign donations this year WHO: Salvation Army leaders and the general public, including 10,000 runners raising an estimated $450,000 for Salvation Army programs that help families and individuals during the Christmas … Read more
The week of November 15-22 has been designated Restorative Justice Week. For more than 100 years The Salvation Army has been a leader in correctional services and continues to minister in Canada’s county jails and courthouses.
Graham Cummins, a member of The Salvation Army and a student at the University of Guelph, Ontario, recently spent two months in Tanzania.
Dec 1 – GUELPH – Residents walking down city streets will hear the familiar clink of coins into kettles as the local Salvation Army continues its Christmas hamper fundraising program until Dec. 24. This year’s goal is $121,000 and residents … Read more
The poppy, a symbol of remembrance for those killed in combat, raises $16.5 million annually. This is a testament to Canadians and their wide respect for our troops. All poppy money collected by a Legion branch stays within that local … Read more
Green burials have arrived in Canada. Instead of a metal casket placed in a vault lined with concrete, environmentally aware Canadians will soon have the opportunity to choose to be buried in biodegradable boxes or cloth shrouds. Later this year, … Read more
Alcoholism is a potential death sentence for anyone who takes that first drink,” says Randy Reinert. “That’s what got me into trouble and nearly destroyed me.”
Guelph, ON – Toy drives are in full force in Guelph as the holiday season approaches. Emma Berglund, who turns 12 three days before Christmas, is in her third year of collecting toys for less fortunate children, with a goal … Read more