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Steve Bell Performs in Support of The Dignity Project

Posted on 10th May 2011, by Salvation Army
Steve Bell, one of Canada’s most prolific contemporary Christian gospel recording artists, will be appearing in London and Hamilton, Ont., in support of The Salvation Army’s Dignity Project. Steve Bell will bring his Kindness tour to London on May 13, and Hamilton on May 14, in a solo concert. The London engagement will be held  […]
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FREE TICKETS

Posted on 4th May 2011, by Salvation Army
Thanks to Xenophon Strategies for donating FREE tickets to the Dignity Speaks event! A limited number are available on a first come, first serve basis. Email dignity@can.salvationarmy.org now to secure your tickets.
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Salvation Army Announces May as Dignity Month

Posted on 4th May 2011, by Salvation Army
The Salvation Army is announcing May as Dignity Month in support of the Dignity Project and its annual Red Shield Campaign. The Campaign aims to raise money to fight poverty across Canada. “With the launch of our annual May Red Shield Campaign, there’s no better time for us to declare a month devoted to restoring  […]
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Salvation Army Announces May as Dignity Month

Posted on 4th May 2011, by Salvation Army
Toronto, ON, May 4, 2011 – The Salvation Army is announcing May as Dignity Month in support of the Dignity Project and its annual Red Shield Campaign. The Campaign aims to raise money to fight poverty across Canada. The Salvation Army’s Dignity Project launched in March with a goal of educating the public about the  […]
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Salvation Army Service Continues Across Storm Ravaged U.S. South

Posted on 2nd May 2011, by Salvation Army
After five days of intense service, several locations are scaling back response efforts while some locations hit particularly hard by the storms are still in need of daily feeding and spiritual care. Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) personnel continue to meet material, emotional, and spiritual needs in Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Georgia, Virginia, Tennessee, and  […]
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The Salvation Army responds to widespread tornado activity

Posted on 29th April 2011, by Salvation Army
Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) teams are responding to the destruction left by an outbreak of tornadoes that tore through the southeastern US. According to news reports, more than 190 people have lost their lives, and Tuscaloosa, Alabama has suffered a great deal of damage. More storms are tracking through N. Alabama, N.W. Georgia,  […]
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Salvation Army Gives Aid to Winnipeg Flood Evacuees

Posted on 28th April 2011, by Salvation Army
Winnipeg, MB – The Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) of The Salvation Army has been actively involved in providing hope, comfort and warmth to those affected by the rising floodwaters in Manitoba. At the Winnipeg Flood Evacuee Response Centre EDS Coordinator Debbie Clarke has been overseeing food preparation and delivery to those registering for flood assistance  […]
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Sixteen and pregnant

Posted on 26th April 2011, by Salvation Army
When Jessyka discovered she was pregnant at age 16, she was in shock and disbelief. Her boyfriend of three years was excited about the news. But that didn’t last. Jessyka, anxious and afraid of what the future held, had some decisions to make, and none of them were easy. From an early age Jessyka’s life  […]
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College volunteers celebrate completion of Salvation Army renovation

Posted on 20th April 2011, by Salvation Army
Many Hands get the job done. Celebrating the completion of the 2011 Many Hands project at the Fort Erie Salvation Army Saturday were construction student Mike Bordenave, Many Hands chair Lesa Holmes, Niagara College president Dan Patterson, Salvation Army Community and Family Services Manager Donna Paterson, and Derek Moore, of sponsor Canadian Tire Financial Services.123For  […]
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The Salvation Army’s ‘Green’ Initiatives

Posted on 18th April 2011, by Salvation Army
While the environment may down the list on the election agenda, politicians can still sense that the public continues to worry about ecological deterioration. Canadians are eager to make choices that will benefit the environment. With this in mind, The Salvation Army continues to look at realistic alternatives that promote environmental stewardship. Success stories In  […]
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