Mission in Motion Social Services Conference Kicks Off

Posted on 27th April 2016, by British Columbia
Social Conference Slide
Mission in Motion Social Services Conference Kicks Off at The Salvation Army Cascade Community Church in Abbotsford today – April 27-29. In our constant striving toward excellence in our service provision, The Salvation Army highly values and desires to equip and resource our staff and provide meaningful learning opportunities to enhance their capacity to continue  […]
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There is Hope.

Posted on 2nd April 2015, by British Columbia
After a life filled with abuse, addiction and homelessness, 38-year-old Jay Kivell is celebrating his 12th year of sobriety by getting the biggest promotion of his life. Raised by a single, alcoholic mother, Kivell grew up in a home where he was either being neglected or physically abused. “She made it clear when I was  […]
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Gateway of Hope celebrates 5.

Posted on 4th December 2014, by British Columbia
Tuesday’s lunch was not an ordinary lunch at The Salvation Army Gateway of Hope. Gateway staff and volunteers were joined by Minister Rich Coleman, Minister Peter Fassbender and Minister Mary Polak to celebrate 5 years of service to the Langley community. The provincial ministers were joined by community stakeholders and key community partners including Envision  […]
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New shelter for Fort St. John

Posted on 15th April 2014, by British Columbia
It was a warm moment on a cold, snowy day last week as the Salvation Army opened doors to the new Northern Centre of Hope in Fort St. John. “Today’s weather tells you why we need something like this,” Mayor Lori Ackerman told the crowd of about 50 gathered in the new shelter last Friday. “The  […]
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Vancouver Harbour Light celebrates 60th Anniversary.

Posted on 1st August 2013, by British Columbia
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  […]
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No dream is too small …

Posted on 21st November 2012, by British Columbia
This week, The Salvation Army is kicking off its 2012 Christmas Campaign, an effort designed to raise money and awareness for the more than 1.8 million Canadians in need that the Army serves each year. This Christmas, The Salvation Army is emphasizing that no dream is too small when you’re in need. Look for a  […]
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Revamped shelter in Vancouver.

Posted on 23rd October 2012, by British Columbia
The Salvation Army Crosswalk shelter has relocated to a newly renovated building in an effort to continue to provide a safe and warm shelter for homeless men and women inVancouver’s Downtown Eastside. The Crosswalk offers year-round co-ed shelter for up to 36 men and women. The new building offers heightened security features, dorm rooms and  […]
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Shelter to be open 24/7 in Comox Valley.

Posted on 26th June 2012, by British Columbia
An agreement has been made between The Province and The Salvation Army to keep The Salvation Army’s homeless shelter in Courtenay open round-the-clock. The shelter, on Pidcock Avenue, was a night-only facility up until last winter. Since, BC Housing has agreed to provide funds for it to stay open during the daytime after Courtenay City  […]
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The Caring Place shows care for the community.

Posted on 9th May 2012, by British Columbia
An army of neon-vested volunteers spent their lunch hour picking up trash along the Haney Bypass in Maple Ridge last week. Those seen picking up odds and ends, included staff and clients from the Salvation Army’s Caring Place who showed their support and dedication to the community through the efforts shown.  The Caring Place has been  […]
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Christmas in January Feast feeds 550 in Victoria!

Posted on 23rd January 2012, by British Columbia
With snow on the ground and a winter chill in the air, The Salvation Army’s Addictions and Rehabilitation Centre hosted its annual “post-Christmas Christmas Dinner” on Thursday, January 19th. Organizers were expecting anywhere from 250-350 people to come in and enjoy the turkey feast with all the trimmings, however an amazing 550 people came in  […]
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