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.

  • Changing the Stories of Homelessness -

    The numbers are eye-opening. On any given night in Canada, more than 4,000 women and 2,400 children are living in emergency shelters.

    “Homelessness is devastating and confusing when you have no choice but to leave an unsafe situation,” says 59-year-old Marguerite. “After a family altercation I ended up couch surfing with friends. Then I moved from shelter to shelter. Today, thanks to The Salvation Army, I’m living in my own apartment.”

    In May 2016 Marguerite moved into Cedar Place, a Salvation Army [...]

  • When Alcohol Takes Over -

    After 30 years of drinking on a daily basis, Joseph was offered help with recovery through The Salvation Army. But could he commit to improving his situation? It was a decision only he could make.

    “You need to make a choice,” The Salvation Army worker said to Joseph. “You can drink the rest of your life, and more than likely die, or you can do something about it.”

    Joseph abused alcohol for the majority of his adult life. He worked in the [...]

  • Single Parent Finds Hope in the Midst of Darkness -

    For Leena, single parenting and poverty go hand in hand. “I’m struggling,” says the 38-year-old. “But without The Salvation Army I’d feel worse. Hope wouldn’t be there.”

    In 2014, Leena’s husband of 16 years abruptly left the marriage. “I received a phone call at work to say my husband was home collecting his belongings and moving out. I was in complete shock,” says Leena. “He left me with the mortgage payment, bills―everything.”

    Leena had to find resources as fast as she could. [...]