Canadian Financial Donates Food and Water to Flood Relief Efforts
The Salvation Army has “Boots On The Ground” supporting Emotional and Spiritual Care Neighbourhood “Walk Abouts”
Thank you IKEA for this very generous donation for all those affected by the flood, volunteers and first responders!
Sobeys has generously donated sandwiches and fruits and vegetables and snacks to those affected by flood.
The Salvation Army is mobilizing officers, trained staff and volunteers from across the country to ensure the availability of emotional and spiritual support to those in need.
Giant Tiger has made a donation of $30,000 worth of prepackaged snack food, water and portable tents to The Salvation Army Flood Relief efforts.
Michelle Duperron of Salvation Army Ottawa Grace Manor receives Personal Support Worker Advocate Award
Michelle Duperron of Salvation Army Ottawa Grace Manor receives Personal Support Worker Advocate Award at the Ontario Personal Support Worker Conference on August 27th, 2019 in Kitchener, Ontario.
Our volunteers located in Britannia, Constance Bay and Cumberland will be serving up bagged lunches and dinners through Friday to teams of volunteers from the community and other organizations on site.
In response to expected flooding along the Ottawa River, The Salvation Army Mobile Canteen Units are deployed to Constance Bay, Britannia and Cumberland.
Once a month, a group of volunteer mothers and their babies come to visit the residents at The Salvation Army Grace Manor long-term care home in Ottawa.