The Salvation Army in Ottawa is so grateful for the unwavering and generous support from donors in Ottawa and throughout Eastern Ontario that is helping to assist thousand of families.
Due to the recent increase of COVID-19 cases in Ottawa, Shepherds of Good Hope, The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre, Cornerstone Housing for Women and The Ottawa Mission, in coordination with Ottawa Public Health (OPH) and Ottawa Inner City Health (OICH), proactively initiated sector-wide testing earlier this month. As a result of this testing, multiple…
Editorial by Heather Prystanski: Within all the busyness of the Christmas season, I relished the opportunity to share the wonders of the Christmas season, and the message of hope, with individuals and families in the Ottawa area.
In a year filled with uncertainty and anxiety, one thing remains certain, The Salvation Army continues to support families and individuals in the Ottawa area who are in need. The Salvation Army’s Ottawa Citadel is brightening the holidays of over 200 local families with Christmas hampers, COVID Care packages and Christmas trees. Captain Graciela Arkell…
This op-ed is a true account of case managers from The Salvation Army, Shepherds of Good Hope and Cornerstone Housing for Women.
The Salvation Army is celebrating National Seniors Day and acknowledging their contributions. Salvation Army volunteers and staff brought some cheer and good wishes to seniors so that they know they are always being though of.
Forty backpacks were assembled and filled with basic school supplies and a lunch bag for different age groups.
Early response and collaboration has kept The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre and other local shelters safe through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thank you to EzGard / Terlin Construction for their generous donation of barrier shields for the reception area at Grace Manor.
Conversation during the pandemic is easier for the deafblind community thanks to The Salvation Army in Ajax/Pickering/Uxbridge.