The Salvation Army Alerts Public of Fraudulent Door to Door Canvassing in the GTA



    TORONTO, Dec. 6 /CNW/ - Individuals have been reported canvassing door to
door to raise funds for The Salvation Army's Christmas fundraising campaign in
the Milton and Etobicoke areas.

    
    -   The Salvation Army is NOT canvassing door to door during its
        Christmas fundraising campaign.
    -   If you are approached to donate, please DO NOT GIVE.
    -   If you suspect a solicitation for charitable funds is fraudulent
        please contact your local police department to report the incident.
    -   To make an official donation to The Salvation Army please visit one
        of our 300 Kettle locations throughout the GTA, call 1-800-SAL-ARMY
        or visit us online at SalvationArmy.ca.
    

    "We want people to be assured that when they give to The Salvation Army,
they are giving hope today by investing in the future of marginalized and
overlooked people in their community. It is disturbing that there are
fraudsters preying on unsuspecting victims, this hurts the community and
charitable organizations doing important work", says Captain John Murray or
The Salvation Army.





For further information:

For further information: Captain John P. Murray, The Salvation Army,
Phone: (416) 321-2654 x 155, Cell: (416) 998-0117


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