British Columbia Division

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We have the best volunteers!


“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller Last November we visited The Salvation Army for the first time.  At that time, we were feeling depressed due to the Winter season and our business was slow due to a poor Japanese economy.  It was a very bad time for us; however, after we started volunteering for the Christmas Kettle, everything changed.  Through our kettle experience, we found that it was really fun to meet people on the coast – the volunteer staff was


Putting a “Dent” in hunger.


On Saturday, September 13th from 1:00-5:00pm Craftsman Collision, Save-On-Foods and PriceSmart foods are teaming up with The Salvation Army to ensure that no families go hungry this Fall, by hosting a day long food drive. Craftsman Collision is pledging to

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Hoops for Hope.


The Salvation Army wishes to thank Subway for their support through our inner city youth basketball camp. In providing delicious lunches, this enabled The Salvation Army to have an inclusive camp by ensuring each person has healthy and nutritious food

Family Tracing brings hope and connection.


The Salvation Army received this inquiry, “I would like to meet my father, get information about my medical/family history and hopefully have him in our lives (mine, my daughter’s). Can you please help?” Did you know The Salvation Army helps individuals and families reconnect with their loved ones? We do. “Sarah” contacted us and told her story of how she had been searching for her biological father and had been looking for him on her own since she was 15. She went on to say, “at first I wanted to