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“Your partnership through donation meets real needs in our community”

We value your support and want you to be assured that your contributions to The Salvation Army will go directly to the point of the most urgent need. With 87 cents of every dollar going to support our network of charitable programs, The Salvation Army far exceeds the Canada Revenue Agency guideline of 65 percent donation efficiency. As the largest non-governmental direct provider of social service in Canada, your support enables us to put dignity within reach for the three million Canadians living in poverty each year.

Make a donation to help restore hope and dignity to people who might otherwise remain invisible in society.

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A Letter from our Territorial Commander:

Dear friends:
No one wants to line up at a food bank or sleep in a shelter. But despite living in a developed and wealthy country, one in 11 Canadians still struggles to access basic human necessities.

At The Salvation Army, we believe it doesn’t have to be this way—ending poverty is worth fighting for.

For over 130 years, The Salvation Army has provided support to the most marginalized and vulnerable people in Canada. Last year, we helped over 1.8 million people. That’s 5,000 people every day.

As the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in the country, The Salvation Army provides practical assistance for children and families, shelter for homeless people and rehabilitation for people who have lost control of their lives to an addiction. Whatever the challenge, we’re committed to helping people rebuild their lives and discover hope and transformation.

As you read the stories in this report you will meet people who doubted their abilities and felt depressed, hopeless, lonely and forgotten. Today, with help from The Salvation Army, they are confident, hopeful and happy.

We’re grateful to our generous donors, enthusiastic volunteers and faithful employees for their continued support that enables us to promote the dignity of all Canadians.

God bless you,

Susan McMillan

Commissioner
Territorial Commander