Corporate Support

Many corporations and businesses ask us how they can help bring joy and hope to the lives of vulnerable children and their families. We have a multitude of ways in which you, your employees, clients and customers can help.

corporate1Employee Giving Opportunities

We welcome the opportunity to work with employee donation committees to design opportunities for your employees to financially support our services. Donations can be made via payroll deduction or directly to The Salvation Army.

National Advertising

Link your corporate name with The Salvation Army's well-known and respected 'brand'. Our advertising materials are professionally designed and produced to ensure high quality. Your company can partner with The Salvation Army by sponsoring national advertising, and receive name recognition linked with our print, media, and web related materials.


The Salvation Army would be pleased to work with your corporation to develop a program enabling you and your customers to financially support our services. We will collaborate with you to design a program that works best for you.

Event Sponsorship

The Salvation Army undertakes many local special events throughout Canada. During the Christmas season for example, there is our local Angel Tree gift program, Adopt-a-Family program, Santa Shuffle 5km Fun Run & 1km Elf Walk, concerts, and many others. Corporate sponsors are always welcome and there are opportunities for local branches of your company to partner with local Salvation Army offices.

Corporate Donations

We would be pleased to discuss opportunities for specified and non-specified cash and in-kind gifts.

Volunteer Opportunities

The Salvation Army needs more than financial support to further its mission. There are always opportunities for volunteers to help in significant ways, and feel good about upholding our communities most vulnerable people. Such activities provide a wonderful opportunity to build rapport among employees, challenge others to get involved, and partner with us to bring hope to marginalized children and their families.

The Salvation Army is an international organization that began its work in Canada in 1882. It has grown to become the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in Canada.

  • The Salvation Army gives hope and support to vulnerable people every day in 400 communities across Canada and 111 countries around the world.
  • When you give to The Salvation Army, you are investing in the future of marginalized and overlooked people in your community.
  • On average, 88 cents of every dollar donated to The Salvation Army is used directly in charitable activities, exceeding the Canada Revenue Agency guideline of 80% donation efficiency.
  • The Salvation Army has the broadest reach of any single direct social service provider in the country with 1,000 officers, 10,000 employees, 50,000 volunteers and over 500 centres of operation in communities across Canada.

The Salvation Army will honour the donor by directing all gifts according to their stated intent.