Corus Radio stations Boom 99.7 FM and Jump 106.9 FM played some great music and hosted a Christmas Kettle at the Carlingwood Shopping Centre on Giving Tuesday in support of The Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign!
Thank you to NewCap Radio Live 88.5 FM for supporting our Christmas Kettle Campaign Saturday with their East vs. West Contest!
The Salvation Army in Ottawa is down at the Grey Cups Celebrations kids zone at Lansdowne park Friday and Saturday with our Mascot Shieldy and Santa Claus!
The Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign begins today and runs through December 24th, 2017. This year’s campaign goal is set at $700,000.
The 4th annual Heard Art Exhibition at The Ottawa Booth Centre offered a variety of works created by clients of Ottawa Booth Centre.
The Salvation Army in Ottawa is so grateful of the support from our community to help us make our 2017 Christmas Campaign Possible.
Joe Roberts remembers the help he received from The Salvation Army when he was a homeless teenager and was in need of food, shelter or a warm coat.
Salvation Army youth in Pembroke have unveiled a mural representing hope, freedom, diversity and embracing dichotomies.
The Salvation Army in Belleville is honoured to have been named the 2017 Not for Profit of the Year at the 2017 Quinte Business Achievement Awards.
The Bethany Hope Centre is assisting families with young children learn about good nutrition and food security.