More Than Just A Shelter

For a majority of 2011, the Salvation Army’s domestic violence shelter was full. Unfortunately, the trend has continued in 2012. During an interview for Red Shield Radio, Pamela Fleck, shelter director, said domestic violence was still on the rise causing the shelter to use overflow rooms to accommodate the influx […]

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Comedy For A Cause

Homelessness is no laughing matter, unless you’re talking about Comics That Care.  The annual  live comedy show benefits The Salvation Army and helps provide food and shelter to the hungry and homeless. The event is sponsored by the Communications Club at IUPUI. WISH-TV8 and Jockamo Pizza in Irvington enticed ticket holders with […]

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Comics That Care: A Comical Event

Bite Back at homelessness by joining us for a night of comedy! Comics That Care – April 9, 2012 – featuring the energetic comedy of Michael Malone. Special appearances by Mike Polites and Marques Bunn. Get your advance tickets here: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3212914915 Cost: $8 in advance, $10 day of show with […]

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Winter Weather Puts Shelters On Alert

  As Indiana sees the first wave of a two-part winter storm, bed spaces at shelters in Indy are filling up quickly. The Salvation Army’s Shelter for Women and Children reports getting many phone calls for families in need of shelter that are not in violent situations. “We are full […]

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