Thank you for supporting the 2018 Salvation Army Annual Charity Golf Classic.

All funds from this event will support The Salvation Army’s Emergency and Disaster Services program in Ottawa as well as sending more children in need to Salvation Army summer camps. Your support makes a great impact! When you give to The Salvation Army, you are giving to your community. The assistance we provide is unconditional and available to all and would not be possible without the support of our community and friends like you.

Thank you to our sponsors Monat Global Canada, Country 101.1 FM, Ottawa Champions Baseball, Classic Care Pharmacy and Emond Harden Law.

We look forward to seeing you next year for another round of golf to help The Salvation Army support people in need in your community.

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Hope In The City - Leadership Lunch

Wednesday, Nov 21st, 2018
Location: Shaw Centre

Hope in the City, the official kick off to The Salvation Army’s Christmas fundraising season, raises funds to support critical programs and services in our community and beyond.  It brings together local business leaders, donors, friends, political decision makers, and influential community members to celebrate the achievements of the past year and highlights the impacts made possible with the help and compassion of our donors and partners in the Ottawa area.

Join us for lunch Wednesday, November 21, at 11:30 a.m. at the Shaw Centre, as we kick off an important season of raising funds in support for critical programs and services in our community.  Special guest speaker, Jay Barnard, will share his story of hope and recovery with the help of The Salvation Army.  Jay, who ten years ago suffered from serious addictions is now a successful Executive Chef running his own company, Chef Recovery Catering and has launched a food line called Freshwater Cuisine.

Book your table today!  Register here


Thank you to our Media Sponsor!


Saturday, December 1, 2018
Location: Lansdowne Park

Thank you for your generous support of the 2018 Santa Shuffle! We had so much fun at this year’s event!  The weather was perfect and the costumes this year so very creative!  We look forward to seeing everyone next year!



Friday, December 7, 2018 – 6:30pm
Location: Ottawa Grace Manor (1156 Wellington Street West)

Light Up the Grace is a community tradition and fundraiser at The Salvation Army’s Ottawa Grace Manor that has been celebrated for over 40 years. This is Grace Manor’s largest annual fundraiser with the monies raised helping us enhance the quality of life for residents. All are welcome to join us.

Grace Manor residents, their families and the community at large come to this annual tree lighting ceremony and enjoy the sounds of Christmas from The Salvation Army Brass Band along with a Community Carol Sing. All who attend will also get a taste of the holidays with hot chocolate and treats, as well as a visit from a very special Christmas guest.


Presented by Kelly Funeral Homes by Arbor Memorial

Sunday, December 9, 2018 – 3:00 pm & 7:00 pm
Location: Centrepointe Theatre

Get into the Christmas Spirit with The Salvation Army’s Festival of Carols, presented by Kelly Funeral Homes by Arbor Memorial, at Centrepointe Theatre. Come and enjoy your favourite Christmas carols with the sounds of band and choir as a way to thank you for supporting our programs throughout the year. With your donations The Salvation Army continues to put food, warmth and dignity within reach for vulnerable families in the community.

Tickets are free and will be available beginning November 10th through the Centrepointe Theatre box office or call 613-580-2700.



Thank you for your support!

We look forward to your participation in next year’s Scotiabank Charity Challenge, part of the Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend.

When you register for any race event, you can support The Salvation Army through the Scotiabank Charity Challenge!

Put your best foot forward on behalf of The Salvation Army!


November – December 24th

The Bell Media family works with The Salvation Army to distribute toys to over 17,000 less fortunate children in the Ottawa region every year, making Christmas brighter for children in our area.

Toys are generously donated by corporate partners and the public, and through events such as the Ottawa Firefighters Help Santa Toy Parade.

Toys are picked up at several other locations around the city including St. Laurent Centre, Carlingwood Shopping Centre, TD Banks and other community and corporate fundraiser locations.

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