Have you been cyber bullied?

Posted on 15th October 2010, by Salvation Army
Millions of people will wake up today knowing they will be bullied before the day is over. And, the number of bullies is growing because of technology. Recently, cyber bullying has resulted in several suicides. The Salvation Army strives to be effective in its communities and, in Windsor, Ontario, a free seminar was offered on  […]
Categories: Blog

Stocking The Shelves in St. John’s

Posted on 13th October 2010, by Newfoundland and Labrador Division
Salvation Army Food Bank Restocked (September 25th) The St. John’s Northwest Rotary Club, in cooperation with The Telegram, Prince of Wales Collegiate and students from surrounding schools, sponsored a food drive for The Salvation Army Food Bank. Donations are helping ensure that the shelves at The Salvation Army food bank are filled and people who come for  […]
Categories: Newswire

“Happy” Sings for The Salvation Army

Posted on 13th October 2010, by Newfoundland and Labrador Division
Avalon Mall and VOCM Cares Foundation Announces Concert (September 30th) The Avalon Mall and the VOCM Cares Foundation have announced the HAPPY TREE CONCERT in aid of The Salvation Army’s 2010 Christmas Toy and Food Hamper Program in the city of St. John’s. The VOCM Cares Foundation hosts two local concerts at the St. John’s  […]
Categories: Newswire

Salvation Army to Hand Out Energy Saving Kits

Posted on 19th August 2010, by Salvation Army
Prince George, B.C.-BC Hydro Representatives will be on hand Wednesday and Thursday at the Prince George Salvation Army to distribute free energy saving kits. Julia, a case worker at Salvation Army, says they want to make energy efficiency more accessible to clients who use their food bank. Kits contain approximately $75 worth of energy efficiency  […]
Categories: Newswire

Summer student working on Salvation Army front lines

Posted on 6th August 2010, by Salvation Army
Rachel Cain’s summer job has put her on the front lines working with some of the community’s most vulnerable residents. Cain, 22, a fourth year Thompson Rivers University student, saw an ad in the paper from the Salvation Army, who were looking for someone to fill a position made available via the federal government’s ‘Canada  […]
Categories: Newswire

Salvation Army Soup Kitchen Sees New Faces Daily

Posted on 15th April 2010, by Salvation Army
“The ranks of the hungry continue to grow every day,” says Marj Montgomery, community and family services co-ordinator for The Salvation Army in Summerside, P.E.I. “It’s sad, it’s disturbing and there is little sign of an end in sight.”
Categories: Feature

More Than a Meal

Posted on 7th April 2010, by Salvation Army
At a glance, The Salvation Army’s sandwich wagon gives little hint of the vital service it provides to Campbell River, B.C. But those who depend on it know better.
Categories: Feature