Thanks for donations

On behalf of the Salvation Army, I am extending a very big 'thank-you' to District 69.

thanks for


On behalf of the Salvation Army, I am extending a very big ‘thank-you’ to District 69.

Many organizations, fire halls, churches, stores, clubs, schools, media and individuals dug deep and helped us help those in need this past Christmas.

Your donations of funds and food made it possible to reach our Christmas Appeal target and help all those who came to our door hungry.

To all those who gave of their valuable time manning our Kettles, unpacking donations and& stocking shelves,  assisting clients shop for their groceries and helping in the office — we couldn’t have done it without you.

Lisa Clason

Community Services Coordinator

Salvation Army


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