British Columbia Division


Vancouver Harbour Light celebrates 60th Anniversary.


The Salvation Army Vancouver Harbour Light is celebrating its 60th Anniversary.  October 1, 2013 will mark the 60th year that The Salvation Army has served in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.

We are asking YOU to donate either $60 or 60 minutes of volunteer time to continue to help and support those in need.  This effort will be running for the next 60 days leading up to the Anniversary date beginning as of Friday, August 2nd.

Please Give:

To donate –

Please visit to make an online donation or by mail to 119 East Cordova Vancouver, BC  V6A 1K8

To volunteer –

Contact Marianne Hicks at 604.646.6813 or

Fast Facts –

60 minutes = 400 meals on the food line
$60 = 20 hearty and nutritious meals
$60 = provides an opportunity for a client to write their GED exam
$60 = 30 pairs of new socks

The Goal for this effort is $6000 and 60 hours of volunteer time raised over 60 days!  Shares, Major Judy Regemay, Harbour Light Executive Director, “For 60 years, The Salvation Army has been an active member of the Downtown Eastside community. We have appreciated the support of donors who have provided financial assistance along with many hours of volunteer time and we wish to Thank you for celebrating with us and for the opportunity to serve.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Articles


Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign Surpasses Goal


The Salvation Army is pleased to announce that it raised over $4.3 million provincially in British Columbia through its Christmas Kettle Campaign, surpassing its $4-million goal.  Nationally The Salvation Army raised over $23.5 million provincially, surpassing its $21 million goal!

“We are truly grateful for the continued support of our donors, volunteers and community partners, who enable us to help 1.9 million struggling Canadians during the Christmas season and throughout the year,” says Commissioner Susan McMillan, Territorial Commander for The Salvation Army […]

Kate Booth House: Domestic Violence, A Story of Survival


The Salvation Army Kate Booth House would like to take the time to thank it’s donors for their continued support.

For over 30 years, The Salvation Army Kate Booth House has supported women and children fleeing domestic violence through providing them with a safe and caring environment.  With your continued support the Kate Booth House has provided a safe place for over 6000 women and children over the years and offers a range of services including counselling, employment referrals, after-departure support […]