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World Missions

Building on General William Booth’s philosophy to preach salvation to hungry people, along with the concept of soup, soap and salvation, the International Salvation Army has a perfect partnership opportunity.

The World Missions office has been involved in emergency and development projects for over sixty years, working alongside colleagues in the developing world to break the cycle of poverty. With a Salvation Army presence in more than 125 countries, the projects we support are broad in scope: From providing safe water and creating earning opportunities, to caring for vulnerable children and health care programs, and to allow us the opportunity and privilege to immediately respond to international disasters. In every case the programs we fund offer dignity and long lasting hope to children and adults who might otherwise be overlooked.

We welcome your visit to our website and encourage you to return on occasion to see regular updates, photos and the ‘Global Impacts’ that are possible through the support of the generous hearts of our donors.

May God bless you

Saving a Youth from Human Trafficking

Saving a Youth from Human Trafficking

The Salvation Army in Malawi provides a safe place for youth who are victims of human trafficking.

How The Salvation Army Reduces Child Labour

How The Salvation Army Reduces Child Labour

World Day Against Child Labour – June 12, 2015

Ebola Crisis Team Continues Work in West Africa

Ebola Crisis Team Continues Work in West Africa

An interview with Commissioner Charles Swansbury

Sending Support to Nepal

Sending Support to Nepal

India Eastern Territory

The Salvation Army Thrift Store Guests Give Back

The Salvation Army Thrift Store Guests Give Back

Donations for a Brighter Future

The Salvation Army in Nepal Distributes Food to Mountain Communities

The Salvation Army in Nepal Distributes Food to Mountain Communities

THE Salvation Army’s emergency response team in Nepal has carried out its first large-scale distribution, taking essential food items to members of remote mountain communities.

Interview: Nepal Officer Describes Earthquake Aftermath

Interview: Nepal Officer Describes Earthquake Aftermath

Giving a first-hand account of the earthquake and its aftermath

Nepal Disaster Relief

Nepal Disaster Relief

With more than 3,300 people deceased, The Salvation Army is ready to respond

Giving Hope in Pakistan

Giving Hope in Pakistan

The Salvation Army is resolved in fighting the malaria epidemic in Pakistan

Giving Brighter Futures in Chile

Giving Brighter Futures in Chile

How children’s lives are getting better Chile through Brighter Futures Children’s Sponsorship Program

Olympic Hopefuls

Olympic Hopefuls

Canadian Salvationists share the gospel in Rio de Janeiro during Summer Games.

Setting Up Shop

Setting Up Shop

In the market for products that bring hope? Women’s ministries department launches Others program in Canada and Bermuda.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Challenge Accepted

Challenge Accepted

We took the #OneBagChallenge. What about you?

Dressed to Kill

Dressed to Kill

Do you know the true cost of your clothing?

Territorial News

A Legacy of Music

A Legacy of Music

Territorial Music School develops skills and deepens faith.

Salvation Army Expands in Kelowna

Salvation Army Expands in Kelowna

New Community Life Centre will help people access Army services.

International News

Salvation Army in Italy Prepares Earthquake Response

Salvation Army in Italy Prepares Earthquake Response

Army looks to partner with other organizations to assist those who have lost everything.

Rio Mission Teams Take Christ into the Community

Rio Mission Teams Take Christ into the Community

Salvationists use sports to reach out to young people and spread the gospel.

Faith & Friends

Hillsong UNITED: Hitting a High Note

Hillsong UNITED: Hitting a High Note

Hillsong UNITED frontman Joel Houston shares how his Australian worship band made it to the big screen.

Memories of 9/11

Memories of 9/11

In the wake of horrific tragedy, The Salvation Army and the people of Gander stepped in to help.