Unique camping program gives dignity to vulnerable children.
Tag Archives: The Dignity Project
Loss of employment cripples family of four.
Bridging gaps between hope and fear.
Handymen in Barrie are helping people get back on their feet—for free. A member of a local church in Barrie, Ontario, started a Helping Hands program, where church members volunteer handyman services to those who really can’t afford it. “We … Read more
Booth Packaging and Supportive Services restores self-worth.
The Salvation Army has recently completed its 31 Days of Dignity, an opportunity to regard the dignity of others through simple acts. While the Army recognized May as Dignity Month, it also believes that treating individuals in a manner that … Read more
New non-residential addictions program mends lives.
Bus riding course helps people with barriers.
Victoria – On May 11 The Salvation Army participated in “Stigma Stomp Day”, an event during Mental Health Awareness week that was designed to educate and raise awareness of the stigma’s attached to people experiencing mental health/addiction issues. The event … Read more
Vancouver – For the second consecutive year, The Salvation Army is celebrating May as Dignity Month. In Vancouver, The Salvation Army in partnership with local pop up shop Cartems Donuterie, will be honoring this occasion by giving hope and donuts … Read more