Indianapolis – The Lilly Endowment is giving a $10 million gift to The Salvation Army to assist with the ongoing relief efforts in the storm ravaged Gulf Coast and Midwest. This brings the amount of funding pledged to disaster relief by the endowment up to $60 million for 2008. In […]
Storm Victims Still Being Served. How You Can Help.
The Salvation Army is continuing to serve storm victims in Southern Indiana. Many residents have severe damage to their homes and even more have been without power for days. The Salvation Army has been serving meals to victims in Floyd, Clark, Crawford, Washington, and Harrison Counties. To date more almost […]
Colts Fans Support Coats for Kids
It was beautiful day in downtown Indianapolis and you certainly didn’t need a jacket in the nearly 80 degree temperatures. But fans on their way to the Indianapolis Colts game still brought coats and jackets to Lucas Oil Stadium. The annual pregame coat collection, which supports the Coats for Kids […]
Remains of Ike Felt in Indiana
What was left of Hurricane Ike hit Southern Indiana late Sunday afternoon. Straight line winds and heavy rains caused widespread damage, leaving nearly 100,000 homes without power. When the storms died down, Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Serivce workers in Evansville, Madison, and New Albany began serving victims in the surrounding […]