Salvation Army

The Salvation Army British Columbia Division

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The Salvation Army is the largest non-profit provider of direct social services serving some of the most vulnerable communities and citizens. Our programs include hunger relief for individuals and families through food banks and meal kitchens; shelter for people experiencing homelessness and those in emergency situations; rehabilitation for people struggling with addiction; long-term and palliative care for the elderly and the disabled; programs for women escaping violence including human trafficking and domestic violence; Christmas assistance such as food hampers and toys; after-school programs, camps and school nutrition programs for children and youth and life-skills education to facilitate social and/or labour market integration.

1. High accountability with funds- 86% of the funds received by The Salvation Army goes to program and services.
2. We serve a huge population – more than 55 locations throughout British Columbia.
3. We are non-discriminatory and inclusive organization and serve everyone with dignity and respect.

One Army. One Mission. One message.

The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.

  • Accessibility
  • Belonging & Engagement
  • Community
  • Health & Wellness
  • Integrity

  • Children and Youth
  • Family and Community
  • Health and Wellness
  • Sustainable Housing
  • Women's Causes

We serve all humanity in their time of need for shelter and housing, mental health, addictions and recovery, family services and emergency disaster services.

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