A family in Indy is about to be evicted after falling behind in rent due to the father’s unemployment. A single-mother of three can’t make ends meet with two jobs and mounting medical bills. A homeless teenager falls asleep during class because his bed is a couch he shares […]
The Salvation Army Participates in “Lend A Helping Glove” Contest
I feel like June showed up out of nowhere! Back in February when The Salvation Army team met with the Indianapolis Indians, this “glove thing” we talked about was months away… Two sponsors, lots of paint, tons of pictures, and several meetings later, we finally have a finished project: A […]
Kentucky Fried Chicken Provides Hot Meals for Neighbors in Need
While the Indy car fans were racing to leave the track on Sunday after the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services team (EDS) was in a different kind of race—a race to deliver hot food to our neighbors in Greensburg, IN.
I Can’t Believe Red Kettle Cookout is Over!
I have to be honest… I am so thankful Red Kettle Cookout is over! Not because of anything negative, but because of all the hard work that was required for its success. Months of planning, weeks of negotiating, and a lot of “team building” went in to this new spring […]