Every Remembrance Day, The Salvation Army, along with millions of Canadians, honours and remembers those who have served, and continue to serve, during times of war, conflict and peace. Although this year will be without parades and group gatherings at the local cenotaphs, it's important that...

This Christmas, more then ever, The Salvation Army needs your help. Two-time Grammy Award-winning and multi-platinum selling artist Lauren Daigle's hit "Rescue" serves as the anthem for this effort, a fitting soundtrack for the help that The Salvation Army provides to more than 23 million people...

There are so many factors that affect vulnerable individuals and families across Canada from securing a suitable wage to support themselves. Socio-economic hurdles are cyclical and often the "minimum wage" set by provincial authorities barely cover only a portion of one's expenses.  So while a family...

In Kenya, children with disabilities often have no access to treatment or education—many are confined to their homes, with no help, no hope. When a corps officer in the Bunyore Division, Kenya West Territory, learned of one such child, he approached the family to tell...

The power of sports can be tremendous. This week on our blog, we're looking at The Salvation Army International's Sport Ministry. With over 60% of the world's population involved in organized sports, sports ministry provides new avenues of connection and fellowship. What can sports provide for an...

A few months ago, we introduced you to Kristi Blakeway, a Maple Ridge resident and teacher who has a heart social justice.  Ms. Blakeway works with high school students and residents of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside to go beyond a simple hello, and to really get...