Over 1.8 million people were helped by The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda last year.
Addictions, Rehabilitation and Shelter
- 5,724 shelter, addictions, detox and mental health beds provided each night for vulnerable men, women and families.
- 591 people completed addictions and rehabilitation programs.
- 2.8 million free meals served.
Community and Family Services
- 1,375,000 persons assisted with food, clothing or practical assistance.
- 4,380 children went to Salvation Army camps.
- 16 daycare centres provided a total of 816 available spaces.
- 104,000 meals served in school breakfast programs.
- 3,847 people with developmental disabilities supported.
- 11,256 people were referred for employment.
- 145,200 people were helped with court work including a pro-bono lawyer program.
- 188,800 people were helped in night patrol, rescue and suicide prevention.
- 188,600 vulnerable youth were helped in 45 community youth programs.
- 126 feeding centres provided 2.8 million free meals and 522,000 subsidized meals served.
- 154,133 people were visited in hospitals, nursing homes, prisons, day care centres and other facilities.
Emergency Disaster Services
- 14,168 people helped when disaster struck
Hospice, Health and Long-Term Care
- 119 hospital beds provided
- 1,002 long-term care and supportive housing beds provided.
- 40 hospice beds provided
Work in Developing Countries
- 172 projects in 38 countries
- 3,586 children helped through The Salvation Army sponsorship program.
- 27 Salvation Army officers and lay personnel serving outside Canada.
- 766 active Salvation Army Officers
- 912 retired Salvation Army Officers
- 8,315 employees
- 1.4 million volunteer hours, provided by 165,680 total volunteers.
Click here for a downloadable PDF of the 2013/14 Annual Review.
Click here for a downloadable PDF of the 2013/14 Consolidated Financial Statements.