The Salvation Army helps more than 2.1 million vulnerable and marginalized people each year in 400 communities across Canada. With over 130 years of service in the country, The Salvation Army provides practical assistance for children and families, shelter for people experiencing homelessness and rehabilitation for those who have lost control of their lives due to an addiction.
The Salvation Army does not discriminate in the delivery of our community and social services. Anyone who comes to The Salvation Army will receive assistance based solely on their need and our capacity to help, regardless of race, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or religion. We uphold the dignity of all people, believe that all are equal in the eyes of God, and firmly oppose the mistreatment of any person.
The Salvation Army does not discriminate in our hiring process. Our hiring policy respects the non-discrimination principles of the Human Rights Codes across Canada. In addition, we adhere to all relevant employment laws, providing domestic partner benefits accordingly. Through Pathway of Hope intensive individualized supports are given for participants to achieve short and long-term goals. The approach has been designed for The Salvation Army and is suitable for use in several different service contexts. It is rooted in an integrated mission using partnership and intentional care to build and transform a community. Through dedication and focus Pathway of Hope allows The Salvation Army to increase our impact with existing resources.
We take allegations of discrimination very seriously. If you are aware of a specific situation where a person has been the target of discrimination, please let us know because this is contrary to our mission to “share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.”