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Learning to Live Again

Learning to Live Again

Walking the hallways of The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center, signs of hope and new beginnings are everywhere. From the chapel to the classrooms, men and women are rediscovering the joy of a life free from the bondage of addiction. Educational Coordinator Bill Chaulk walks these hallways every day in a quest to help his clients restore their faith in God and themselves. He leads classes on...

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Fulfilling a Dream

Fulfilling a Dream

Finding a balance between work and family is difficult enough, but when the pursuit of a degree is added into the mix, even the hardest-working parents out there may need a little extra help. For one southern Indiana mom, it was her local Salvation Army that stepped up with much-needed support when her family needed it the most. Jennifer was close to giving up on her dream of becoming a nurse....

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Celebrating Volunteers

Celebrating Volunteers

It’s National Volunteer Week, which is a great time to give these hardworking individuals the credit they deserve for all the time and effort they put into supporting The Salvation Army. Without volunteers, The Salvation Army would be unable to effectively respond to disasters, man red kettles at Christmas, collect and distribute toys for Angel Tree, operate food pantries, run after-school...

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Warm Coats, Warm Kids

Warm Coats, Warm Kids

With snow back in the forecast, we’re reminded of how important is to make sure that our children are prepared for cold weather, no matter what time of year it is. Every fall they appear at bus stops, shivering in hooded sweatshirts and light jackets never meant for cold weather. Children prepared for school, but not for falling temperatures. That’s why across Indiana The Salvation...

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A Light for Lula

A Light for Lula

At 91, Lula has no plans to slow down. She cooks, cleans, and tends to the vegetable garden behind her little home in the Fountain Square neighborhood, where she’s lived since moving to Indiana in 1954. Even though she’s legally blind, Lula leads a full social life, attending church and enjoying senior programs at The Salvation Army’s Fountain Square Corps Community Center. Seeing Lula...

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