Friday’s tornadoes that devastated parts of Ottawa and Gatineau brought community members together to help in each other out, volunteer and share stories.
After unprecedented devastation from tornadoes in Ottawa and its surrounding neighbourhoods on the afternoon of Friday September 21st, 2018 community organizations and businesses including The Salvation Army came together to support those in need.
The Salvation Army continues to serve those affected by Friday’s tornadoes in Dunrobin and in the Arlington Woods and Craig Henry neighbourhoods of Ottawa.
It was a fun filled week for a group of children from The Salvation Army Ottawa Citadel who attended their annual Camp at Home at the church.
After a morning of learning to put out car fires, high rise operations and learning about Personal Protective Equipment a group of young women aged 15 to 19 participating in Camp FFITT (Female Firefighters in Training) spent their lunch time learning about “The Other Side of The Fire”, The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services Program.
A cup of coffee, a sympathetic ear and spiritual support is what you will find at Coffee House, a Salvation Army Gladstone Church Outreach Ministry that has been running for over 60 years in Ottawa.
Every Sunday evening in the summer, individuals and bands from different churches in the area gather to worship through music in a downtown park near the water tower on the river in Smiths Falls.
One at a time 34 children bounded off a coach bus at The Salvation Army Ottawa Citadel after a full week at Salvation Army summer camps in the Muskoka on beautiful Skeleton Lake.
The Salvation Army in Ottawa hosted an appreciation lunch titled ‘Christmas in July’ for our partners and sponsors of the CTV Ottawa Toy Mountain Campaign and the Christmas Kettle Campaign.
Thank you for supporting the 2018 Salvation Army Annual Charity Golf Classic.