The Salvation Army - Edmonton


Did you know that a 2 hour gift of time can help:

  • Send a child to a summer camp at Pine Lake
  • Provide a hot meal for 20 people
  • Provide a Christmas Hamper for 2 families?

Become a Christmas Kettle Campaign Volunteer!

Money raised in the annual campaign is used to provide practical assistance to citizen's in need.

We invite you to fill out an application and sign up for a shift that is close to home and a time that suits your schedule.

#givinghopetoday

Other  volunteer opportunities:

 

For Groups

 

Community Meals - Weekly

Wednesdays 2:45 – 4:15

Friday 7 – 9:00 am

 

Special Events

 

Christmas Preparations

Group of up to15

November 26

9 - 1 (including lunch)

 

Christmas Gift Packaging

Group of up to 8

4 - 5 hours

Any weekday between Dec 3 and 7

 

Christmas Day Meals

Group of up to 4

Dec 25, 2018

Day time

 

 

For Individuals

 

Downtown:

 

Community Meal Servers

Friendly Visitors

Pet Therapist

Esthetician

Recreation/Leisure Volunteers

Special Program Volunteers

 

North:

 

Friendly Visitors

Reading Volunteer

 

Questions?  Please contact:

Deb Huber

Edmonton Volunteer Program and Christmas Kettle Coordinator

Phone:  780-412-2627

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General Interests

Mission Statement

 

 

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.

 The Salvation Army Today…

…helps over 1.9 million vulnerable and marginalized people each year in 400 communities across Canada.

 

The Salvation Army provides practical assistance for children, families and individuals, shelter for people experiencing homelessness and rehabilitation for those who have lost control of their lives due to an addiction.

 

Salvation Army Ministries recognize and reflect the cultural diversity of our nation and aim to make worship and activities relevant to the demographic of the local community and congregation.

“Everyone is worthy of compassion and respect”