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Who’s Doing the Most Good?

We’re gearing up for our annual Salvation Army Recognition Luncheon happening this Thursday at the Garrison Conference Center at Fort Benjamin Harrison.

So what’s the luncheon all about? It’s about all the people that help The Salvation Army continue to do what it does. It’s for our awesome and talented volunteers, corporate and organization partners, board members, Women’s Auxiliary members, etc.


A few special awards will even be presented to those who go above and beyond the call of duty:

Doing the Most Good Award
The Doing The Most Good Award is given to an organization, foundation, association, or individual that is committed wholeheartedly through lifetime service through the ministry of The Salvation Army and has acted above and beyond that commitment. Asking nothing in return, they are the embodiment of the statement made by Evangeline Booth, daughter of Salvation Army founder William Booth:  “There is no reward equal to that of doing the most good to the most people in the most need.”

Advisory Board Member of the Year
The Advisory Board Member of the Year is an individual who actively represents them self as an ambassador, providing influence and recognition on behalf of The Salvation Army throughout the community.  This person is dedicated year-round through providing feedback to officers and staff, attracting community support of time, talent, and treasure, and commitment in their role to make a positive difference for The Salvation Army in their community. This individual has significant achievement(s) in quality and/or length of service for The Salvation Army; high moral character and integrity; and compassionate response to meet human need.  Their actions provide an example for others to follow.

Community Contribution Award
The Community Contribution Award is given to a corporation, organization, or individual that has donated significant time, talent, and treasure with the intent of positively impacting the community and generating a lasting contribution to Indianapolis through Salvation Army programs and services.

Youth Volunteer of the Year
The Youth Volunteer Award recognizes an individual under the age of 18 that has demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to meeting human needs through the donation of time and talents to the programs and services of The Salvation Army.

Volunteer of the Year
The Volunteer of the Year Award recognizes an individual that has demonstrated exceptional commitment to carrying out the mission of The Salvation Army through a consistent and cumulative donation of time and talents.  This person has taken a leadership role in various projects, is a role model for other volunteers, and takes initiative beyond what is expected.

Women’s Auxiliary Member of the Year
The Women’s Auxiliary Member of the Year is an individual who actively participates in Women Auxiliary meetings, volunteer opportunities and events.  This individual will have served as a member at least ten years, holding a position on the executive board and/or serve as a program liaison.  This individual is dedicated to The Salvation Army and its mission supporting with time, talent and treasures.  This individual has high moral character and integrity; and compassionate response to meet human need.  Their actions provide an example for others to follow.

There are dozens of unique opportunities to get involved with The Salvation Army. Check out the website and find the opportunity that’s perfect for you.





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