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At Send the Fire, ACTION is HEAT. The spark that ignites the fire, causing it to burn with intensity. It’s a call to action. It’s living out a faith that demands we do something. How can we positively impact the lives of people, our community and our planet?

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Facing Down Injustice

Girl Power! Take part in the International Day of the Girl 2017.
For the past five years, Salvation Army girls have joined their voices to others from around the world on October 11. This year, we want to add YOUR voice to help make this year’s celebration the greatest ever!
If you’re aged 13-18, send us your [...]

Camp Staff Applications Out Now!

We know it might be a little early to start thinking about summer plans and sunshine while you’re busy skating, skiing and snowboarding but camp staff applications are starting to appear
Check out the camp staff page to download the application for whichever camp(s) you want to apply to work at this summer. Staff [...]

I’ll Fight Day 2016

[ December 3, 2016; ] I’ll Fight Day is a Salvation Army youth servant evangelism day that will take place all across the world. It’s a way for you to share the Gospel through practical acts of kindness: like giving out free hot chocolate, returning shopping carts or cleaning up at a mall food court. These acts are done to [...]

The Joyful Project

It’s getting closer to the end of the year, so people will soon be doing their Christmas shopping! Here’s a gift idea that doesn’t just look good, but has a great back story as well.
The Joyful Project sells merchandise produced by Freeset – a fair trade business offering employment to women trapped in Kolkata’s sex trade.
This [...]

SPEAK OUT – Give Hope

This Sunday (September 25th), the Salvation Army worldwide is praying for Victims of Human Trafficking.
Praying is an important part of our fight against injustice, because like it says in Ephesians 6:12, we’re fighting against the spiritual forces of evil in this world. But there are also other ways we can help to stop this modern [...]

Know Your Camp #3

Are you planning to work at camp this year? We’ll soon have all the camp staff apps available HERE if you’re interested!
This week we’re taking a look at Jackson’s Point Camps in Ontario. The camp site at Jackson’s Point was purchased by The Salvation Army in 1917, but further research indicates the camp officially opened in [...]

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WORK AT CAMP!

Got any plans for the summer? Why not work at camp!
The Salvation Army has ten summer camps all across Canada. Applications are available here, with more coming soon!
Camp Staff Applications 2016
Consider making Summer2016 a summer of challenge, growth and influence!

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Remembrance Day 2015

[ November 11, 2015; ] In Flanders fields the poppies blow

Between the crosses, row on row,

That mark our place; and in the sky

The larks, still bravely singing, fly

Scarce heard amid the guns below.
For over a hundred years Canadians have paused on November 11th to remember the sacrifice of those who died in war. Those terrible times are so far removed [...]

I’ll Fight Day 2015

[ December 5, 2015; ] I’ll Fight Day is a Salvation Army youth servant evangelism day that will take place all across the world. It’s a way for you to share the Gospel through practical acts of kindness: like giving out free hot chocolate, returning shopping carts or cleaning up at a mall food court. These acts are done to [...]

Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking

[ September 27, 2015; ] Slavery has been abolished all around the world. Yet estimates are that over 20 million people are enslaved today. 20 million is a big number. More people are enslaved today than at any other point in history.

Women, men and children are trafficked for labour in mines, factories, service industries, private homes and on farms. Women, [...]

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