The Salvation Army is helping vulnerable Canadians across the country. The following are links to media reports about The Salvation Army at work between May 12 – 16, 2014.
Dozens of people were left without a home after fire ripped through a ground floor unit of an Ottawa high-rise, causing extensive smoke damage throughout.
The Salvation Army was on the scene assisting those who needed shelter. Read more.
The province of Saskatchewan is committing as much as $2.35 million dollars to emergency shelters over the next three years. More than $360,000 will go to The Salvation Army’s shelter for counselling programs. Read more.
An event, “Here We Grow Again” was held at The Salvation Army. It was an opportunity for the public and people who are experiencing poverty to learn different ways on how to grow vegetables.
“We are trying to make people’s lives a little easier,” says Sheri Fengstad of The Salvation Army. Read more.
About 100 residents were displaced after a major fire in an apartment high-rise in downtown Victoria. The Salvation Army provided food, drinks and blankets to affected residents. Read more.