The Salvation Army in Canada

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SA Annual Report 2015-2016

Salvation Army Launches 2015-2016 Annual Report


Last year, The Salvation Army helped 1.9 million people.

Each person we help has an individual story, such as Take (‘taw-kee’), who arrived at a Salvation Army emergency shelter after losing his job, his family and his home.  

“I thought, ‘What is the point of living?’” says Take. “I can’t tell you the relief I felt having a bed to lie down on, a roof over my head and heat. I wanted to cry.”

Thanks to you, and our other donors, volunteers and […]

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Salvation Army Launches 2013/2014 Annual Review


Hope happens every day at The Salvation Army. A warm bed for someone out in the cold. A bag of nutritious food for a hungry family. Counselling to help someone break the chains of addiction.

Last year, The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda helped more than 1.8 million people rebuild broken homes and lives. That’s one person every 20 seconds.

As the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in the country, The Salvation Army assists people with close to 50 […]


Salvation Army Releases 2012/2013 Annual Review


As the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in Canada, The Salvation Army is driven by our desire to extend compassion and generosity to anyone who needs it.

In our 2012-2013 Annual Review, you will find stories that reflect the extent of our impact on communities and families. Stories such as Tanya, a single mom of twins who is finding ways to cope with the responsibilities she has to bear on her own, and Kathleen, a survivor of […]

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5 Things to Look for in Non-Profit Financial Statements


The Salvation Army recently released its Annual Review. Here’s what you should look for in its financial statements:

1. % of Fundraising Costs to Total $ Raised
This percentage will provide insight into the actual cost associated with raising funds within the non-profit organization. A high ratio will be an indication that the charity may be engaged in inefficient or inappropriate means in obtaining donations. The Canada Revenue Agency has set 35% as the upper limit of […]