Headlines from Salvation Army in Canada
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- Teen Volunteers at Salvation Army After-School Program -
Jamie-Lynn started attending an after-school program at The Salvation Army in Kingston, Ont., when she was seven-years-old. Today, the 14-year-old volunteers at the same place where she learned how to read and write.
“After I learned how to read, write and do math, I passed school with flying colours,” says Jamie-Lynn. “I love it here.”
As a volunteer, Jamie-Lynn assists with anything from helping younger children do crafts to teaching others how to safely cut vegetables to helping with clean-up.
“It’s fun and [...]
- Statement of Support for our Muslim Sisters and Brothers in Quebec City -
The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda joins the Canadian Council of Churches, led by the CCC President, Canon Dr. Alyson Barnett-Cowan, in expressing support for our Muslim sisters and brothers in Quebec City, in the province of Quebec, and across Canada. Our prayers are with you.
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- Make a Charitable Gift and Improve Your Income Security -
For donors, 60 years of age or over, a Salvation Army charitable gift annuity not only enables them to make a donation that supports the work of The Salvation Army, it provides a safe, secure stream of income for life that is largely tax exempt and often has a better return than GICs or Bonds.
“I have three annuities with The Salvation Army,” says Ann Dutton, 82. “My annuities give me that extra income to help meet my monthly expenses such [...]