My comment to CTV-Better late then never
I am requesting you stop your relationship with The Salvation Army. I am certain partnering with them goes against your human resources policy for LBGT employees. If you do not know that any of your LGBT employees are banned from working on your annual Christmas Project, then I am glad to provide you with the Army's own website explaining this information.
I moved here from the US and while they do good for some, they have refused help to LGBT families after the 9/11 attacks and have worked for years against equality in terms of housing, employment, adoption and civil rights. There are reports of them refusing to help undocumented families in Texas and abusing trans people in their shelters. You can also research stories how they worked directly with the Bush administration on anti gay initiatives.
I hope next year you will consider a new partner or handle the holiday project yourself.
"The Army regards the origins of a homosexual orientation as a mystery and does not regard a homosexual disposition as blameworthy in itself or rectifiable at will. Nevertheless, while we are not responsible for what we are, we are accountable for what we do; and homosexual conduct, like heterosexual conduct, is controllable and may be morally evaluated therefore in the light of scriptural teaching.
For this reason such practices, if unrenounced, render a person ineligible for Salvation Army soldiership, in the same way that unrenounced heterosexual misconduct is a bar to soldiership. The Army recognises the strength of feeling about sexual identity, and the difficulty many find in expressing this identity in keeping with scriptural standards."