2017 Chilliwack Chiefs Golf Tournament

The Chilliwack Chiefs are excited to announce the 7th Annual Chilliwack Chiefs Golf Tournament. This year’s tournament will be in support of the 2018 Royal Bank Cup and the Salvation Army will be held at the Chilliwack Golf Club on Thursday September 7th, 2017.

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Kids Games 2017


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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

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  • The Salvation Army Launches National Fundraising Appeal to Support BC Fires Disaster Response -

    TORONTO, July 11, 2017 /THQ/—“As wildfires rage in B.C.'s interior, The Salvation Army’s Emergency and Disaster Services is on alert to provide fast, efficient service to first responders and those impacted by the disaster,” says Lt-Colonel Brian Venables, Divisional Commander. “The Salvation Army’s established and well-rehearsed emergency protocol allows the organization to offer practical support such as food and water, as well as emotional and spiritual care.” 

    With more than 14,000 people already evacuated, Salvation Army emergency response teams have supported several [...]

  • Not Everyone Can Afford Back-to-School Supplies -

    Summer is starting to wind down and retailers are rolling out back-to-school deals. But not everyone can afford school supplies. What happens when struggling families simply can’t provide the essentials?

    Moncton, N.B., is one of many Salvation Army centres across Canada supporting low-income and struggling families by providing donated school supplies and backpacks.

    “Last year, we served 900 students,” says Dean Pritchett, Community Ministries Coordinator in Moncton. “This includes school supplies as outlined by the school system, new backpacks and vouchers to [...]

  • Why Long-Term Care Matters -

    Alice Mayor, 102, suffers with Dementia. Elliot Armstrong, 78, has physical limitations. Yet, despite their challenges, they are living enjoyable and fulfilling lives at The Salvation Army’s Golden West Centennial Lodge in Winnipeg.

    “Our goal is to provide health, personal and social supports to individuals through the last months and years of life,” says Joyce Kristjansson, Executive Director. “We also help families deal with the physical and emotional aspects of their loved-ones illness.”

    The long-term care facility was established in 1970 to [...]