On most afternoons at The Salvation Army Bethany Hope Centre, 27-year-old Alice can be found meeting with her friends and participating in programs as she works to make a better life for her family and children.
Helen and her family have strong ties to The Salvation Army, so when a suite became available at Ottawa Grace Manor, the family decided to make this her new home.
The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre’s Street Outreach Team and VETS Canada volunteers drove around the street of Ottawa in the bitter cold looking for those living on our street to offer a ride to a warm appropriate shelter where they can receive assistance.
On Saturday, December 16, Walmart Canada will match donations made by individuals to Salvation Army Christmas kettles located in its stores nationwide up to a maximum of $100,000.
The Salvation Army and CTV Ottawa are asking for the public’s help to fill shelves at Toy Mountain to assist 20 thousand children in Ottawa this Christmas.
The community came together for a night of music and song at the annual Salvation Army Festival of Carols at Centrepointe Theatre.
Bell Media staff volunteered their time packing toys and sorting toys at the Toy Mountain Headquarters on Sparks Street today. There was a special visit from Ottawa Firefighters who delivered thousands of toys from the Help Santa Toy Parades.
Petit Bills Bistro is has launched their annual Toritières for Tots campaign in support of Toy Mountain in Ottawa!
The Salvation Army and The Running Room Santa Shuffle 5 Km Fun Run and 1 Km Elf Walk saw over 1500 participants this year; the largest Santa Shuffle in Canada.
Sponsor a child in Ottawa through The Salvation Army. Ten dollars a week can provide a child with school lunches.