Sunday, February 5th Church service is cancelled due to poor weather condtions. We hope to see you next Sunday, February 12th at 10 am!!

Thrift Store is Moving….

Our Thrift Store is Moving!!!!

At this time we are not accepting any donations for a while. Deals to be had every day!! The Doors will be closing Feb 18th, 2017….Stay tuned for opening date and location!

2016 Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards!

Congratulations to The Salvation Army Care and Share Centre! Don Armstrong accepts on behalf of the Care and Share Centre, the 2016 Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Aware for Not-for-Profit/Service Agencies.

Santa Shuffle 2016

We had a great time at Santa Shuffle and Elk Walk on Saturday, December 3rd at the Townsend Park. A wonderful turnout, raising funds for the Foodbank. Thanks to all who brave the 5 K run or the 1 K walk! Thank you, the Thank you Santa and Rudy (Rudolph), for stopping by and encouraging us!!!

Shred-a-thon December 2016

Great time at the Shred-a-thon on Saturday, Dec 3rd at the Cottonwood Mall! We raised $2121 and brought in many boxes of non-perishable food. Thanks to the City of Chilliwack, Cottonwood Mall and Emterra!!

Headlines from Salvation Army in Canada

Note: These links will take you to the National SA website.

  • Shelter Expansion Will Help People Break the Cycle of Poverty -

    Construction is well underway at The Salvation Army’s emergency shelter in Courtney, B.C., which will provide necessary resources to help vulnerable people escape poverty.

    “We are seeing families and individuals over and over again―many from generational poverty,” says Brent Hobden, Community Ministries Director. “Renovations to the shelter will provide space to accommodate job and life skills programs, and transitional housing, to help break the cycle of poverty and homelessness.”

    Construction to the existing shelter began in early January and is expected to [...]

  • March Break Cooking Camp Benefits Kids in Many Ways -

    It’s March break and, for the third year in a row, The Salvation Army in Goderich has turned their kitchen into a classroom for children.

    “All I did was burn the eggs and now I’m at cooking camp,” says Mason, with a grin. “Mom thinks I need lessons.”

    The March break camp, a partnership between The Salvation Army and the Huron County Health Unit, provides children (ages nine to 14) with a hands-on cooking experience that teaches new skills, builds confidence and [...]

  • New Salvation Army Program Helps Students Combat Weekend Hunger -

    When The Salvation Army in Wetaskiwin, Alta.., learned that some elementary school students didn’t have enough food to get through the weekend, they developed a program that not only improves academic performance but gives struggling families one less thing to worry about.

    “It surprised me to learn how many kids go to school hungry,” says Lieut. Dae-Gun Kim of The Salvation Army. “Children can’t prepare for their future when they are hungry for food.”

    A report by Public Interest Alberta shows that [...]