Finance


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Welcome…

to the Territorial Headquarters (THQ) Finance Department web page, designed to provide valuable information to Salvation Army personnel at both the divisional and local levels, related to financial management in The Salvation Army.

Financial Statements: The Salvation Army has been producing consolidated financial statements, incorporating the financial position and results of operations of its nearly 500 operating units in Canada and Bermuda, since the fiscal year ending March 31, 2011. Click hereto view current and past audited financial statements and/or annual reviews.

Finance Department Publication – “Money & Mission” The Finance Department issues a semi-monthly publication, designed to communicate key information that will be of use to anyone with financial management responsibilities in the organization, particularly those at the ministry unit level. This newsletter focuses on providing updates and guidance on the consolidated financial statements project, as well as covering important topics such as the obligations of registered charities. Click here to look up archived copies of “Money & Mission” or send an email to Money&Mission@can.salvationarmy.org to subscribe.

Investment Policy Statements: Copies of our statements of investment policies and beliefs are available for reference below.

Statement of Investment Beliefs – Click here

Statement of Investment Policy – General Investment Fund – Click here

Statement of Investment Policy – Officers’ Retirement Fund – Click here

Territorial Finance Manual (TFM): The TFM is the principal document for finance and accounting related polices within the Canada & Bermuda Territory. As a supplement to the official “Manual of Operating Polices” the TFM is published and maintained by the Territorial Finance Department to provide information and guidance to Salvation Army personnel (both staff and volunteers) involved in finance and accounting related work. The TFM is published on Lotus Notes and is available to any individual with a “saDashboard” user account. To obtain a “saDashboard” account, contact your divisional headquarters (or the I.T. Department Helpdesk at 416-422-6300).

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