Donation helps Salvation Army continue feeding 100 families weekly.
By Brianne Zelinsky
Thanks to the support of the TELUS Friendly Future Foundation, staff purchased PPE and cleaning supplies, allowing The Salvation Army Downtown East Community church to keep its doors open to continue serving groceries for up to 100 families each week.
Serving lunches to help local men's emergency shelter.
By Linda Leigh
When the local men’s emergency shelter reduced their feeding program to protect volunteers and residents from the coronavirus, The Salvation Army in Moose Jaw, Sask., prepared and handed out more than 50 bagged lunches.
Providing help and encouragement at a time of isolation.
More than ever before, vulnerable young parent families and pregnant youth are in need of support during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is where the Salvation Army's Bethany Hope Centre in Ottawa comes in, covering all the bases from child to parent.
Army dignifies food program recipients while helping local economy recover.
Food insecurity affects one in 10 households in Alberta, and one in eight across Canada – and that was before the pandemic. The only food bank in Grande Prairie, run by the Salvation Army, is there to help.