Regina, SK – The Salvation Army is always appreciative of the support it receives – from individual donors to corporate donors all the way up to government.
Today, The Salvation Army is thanking the City of Regina for doing its part to help grow the over century year old organization.
For the second consecutive year, The Salvation Army is announcing May as Dignity Month and the City of Regina is marking the occasion by raising the flag in front of City Hall for the entire month.
As part of Dignity Month, The Salvation Army is releasing a report, “Canada Speaks 2012: Mental Health, Addictions and the Roots of Poverty.” The report reveals perceptions and attitudes among the Canadian public about individuals dealing with addiction or suffering from mental illness.
It is designed to inspire and educate the public about what it means to live in poverty – and what they can do to help. Through social networking and other communications outreach, The Salvation Army will engage Canadians about the reality of poverty in the 21st century.
Below you will see photos of the flag flying in front of Regina City Hall and The Salvation Army Government Appreciation Day held inside City Hall April 30th with Mayor Pat Fiacco and City Councillors.