Annual Review 2011/12


The Annual Review is the story of your donations at work.

At the end of each day, The Salvation Army has helped thousands of broken people whose lives have been assaulted. Clear, transparent information in this Annual Review will tell you all about it.

Last year 1.8 million people were helped by The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda. People like Susan, who desperately needed a break from caring for her Autistic child; Patricia, whose sudden loss of employment left her unable to put food on the table; and Keith, whose drug addiction left him homeless, have new-found hope today because of your kindness and the work of The Salvation Army.

In this report you will not only find the uplifting stories of Susan, Patricia and Keith, but you will read about the Army’s financial accountability, facts and figures, and much more.

The Salvation Army remains committed to bridging the gaps between fear and possibility, believing that everyone is of immense value. But the Army could not do what it does without all the people who invest time and resources.

The spirit of generosity is alive in this country – even during challenging times. People in need are depending on The Salvation Army. And The Salvation Army is responding, thanks to all the support given by people like you!


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