Salvation Army camping programs provide thousands of children each year with an opportunity to learn more about themselves and the world around them, enjoy nature, participate in sports, make new friends, learn new skills and have fun in a healthy, safe and caring Christian environment. For more information, please visit our camping page.

Unique Summer Camp Helps Families Grow Together

Posted on 9th June 2014, by SalvationArmy.ca
Moms enjoy having time to focus on themselves
The idea of a summer vacation—a week spent away from the hustle and bustle of it all—can be a distant fantasy for families in need, even more so if they are mothers of young children. Among the various camps offered by The Salvation Army, Moms & Tots Camp is unique. The combined camping experience for  […]

Thrift Stores Send 332 Kids to Camp

Posted on 26th August 2013, by SalvationArmy.ca
Every year, Salvation Army thrift stores work with communities across Canada to provide children in need the opportunity to attend camp, create positive moments, exceptional memories and special friendships. In 2013, the Send a Kid to Camp campaign raised $73,573, sending 332 kids to camp. The Salvation Army is truly grateful to its store guests  […]

Salvation Army Camp Video

Posted on 14th July 2013, by SalvationArmy.ca
Salvation Army camping programs provide thousands of children each year with an opportunity to learn more about themselves and the world around them, enjoy nature, participate in sports, make new friends, learn new skills and have fun in a healthy, safe and caring Christian environment.
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How Summer Camp Changed a Life

Posted on 24th June 2013, by SalvationArmy.ca
Tom Morrison had mixed feelings about going to summer camp. Little did he know the experience would take his life in a direction he never would have imagined. “When I was six my parents sent me to The Salvation Army’s camp in Jackson’s Point, Ont., to get rid of me for a week,” Tom laughs.  […]
Toronto, ON May 21, 2013 – A new report from The Salvation Army, released as part of Dignity Month, reveals that despite a rebounding economy, many Canadian families and young people are still struggling to make ends meet. “Youth in Need: The Economic Challenges,” revealed that since the recession began in 2008, 66 percent of  […]

Salvation Army Barbecue Helps Families go to Camp

Posted on 17th August 2012, by SalvationArmy.ca
Prince Albert – The Salvation Army Outpost on Central Avenue held a barbecue on Thursday to raise money for families wishing to attend Kinasao Lutheran Bible Camp. “Today, we have a number of families who want to go to a family camp and it’s financially difficult for most, especially if they have kids,” Salvation Army  […]
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Camp Newport is Adventure-Filled World for Kids

Posted on 31st July 2012, by SalvationArmy.ca
HUNTSVILLE—Aside from attending a sports camp in Moldova where she was born, Yuliia had never been to the kind of camp that is a traditional rite of passage for many Canadian kids. So when the opportunity arose to go to Newport Adventure Camp, the 14-year-old couldn’t wait to get there. After only a few days,  […]
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Salvation Army Sends Chilliwack Kids to Camp

Posted on 19th July 2012, by SalvationArmy.ca
Camp Sunrise is like any other sleep-away camp – kids running around from dawn to dusk, screaming with glee at the different crafts, sports, and activities filling their days, singing ’til their lungs go dry, and forming lifelong friendships – but with one difference. For the kids at Camp Sunrise, their families don’t have the  […]
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