Many families in the Ottawa area are facing a Christmas unlike any they have experienced before due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The Salvation Army in Ottawa is recognizing the needs of the community by providing Christmas trees and Christmas hampers to brighten the holidays. The Bethany Hope Centre supports young families throughout the year…
The 400 care packages were assembled by volunteers of all ages from the church as well as members of the community.
“A lot of people are hurting now more than ever, and I wanted to support this organization,” said property owner Wally Thorbjornsson after a ribbon cutting ceremony officially opening The Salvation Army’s new Thrift Store in Smiths Falls.
Here To Play! : Salvation Army Charity Golf Tournament Raising Funds for Emergency Disaster Services
The Salvation Army in Ottawa is hosting the Annual Charity Golf Classic at eQuinelle Golf Club in Kemptville on August 24th, 2020 in support of our Emergency Disaster Services.
Conversation during the pandemic is easier for the deafblind community thanks to The Salvation Army in Ajax/Pickering/Uxbridge.
Two students at Western University in London, Ontario are gathering messages of hope and encouragement for those living in long-term care and retirement residents including The Salvation Army’s Ottawa Grace Manor.
A $9300 grant from mobile network company TELUS will help support The Bethany Hope Centre’s programs for young parents and children during the COVID19 pandemic.
The Salvation Army and The Running Room annual Santa Shuffle 5 Km Fun Run and 1 Km Elf Walk was held Saturday December 7th, 2019 in 37 communities across Canada.
The Salvation Army Bethany Hope Centre offers families options for healthy school lunches through the Nourish Lunchbox program for daycare and school aged children.
Through our homeless prevention programs, and the efforts of our Housing Response Team, The Salvation Army in Ottawa has an 85% success rate in keeping clients housed.