Employment

The following are listings for professional, para-professional, and skilled positions currently open in Indiana Division. While all local command units are encouraged to post their openings here, this list is not guaranteed to be all-inclusive. Entry-level positions, including positions in our thrift stores, are not listed here.

Central Indiana Job Opportunities

Fountain Square Corps Employment Opportunities

Fountain Square Corps Employment Opportunities

Visit SAFountainSquare.org to find a list of current job openings.

Harbor Light Center Employment Opportunities

Harbor Light Center Employment Opportunities

Visit SAHarborLight.org to find a list of current job openings.

Some current positions include:

  • Medical Assistant (part-time)
  • Intensive Outpatient Program Counselor (full-time)
  • Detox Manager (full-time)
  • Detox Tech (part-time, 2 positions)
  • Detox Intake Counselor (full-time)
  • Security Monitor (full-time)
  • Security Monitor (3 positions, all part-time)

Eagle Creek Corps Employment Opportunities

Eagle Creek Corps Employment Opportunities

Visit SAEagleCreek.org to find a list of current job openings.

Current positions include:

  • Receptionist (part-time)

Divisional Headquarters Employment Opportunity – Planned Giving Representative for Northern Indiana

Divisional Headquarters Employment Opportunity – Planned Giving Representative for Northern Indiana

TITLE: Planned Giving Representative for Northern Indiana
DEPT: Development
REPORTS TO: Planned Giving Director
FLSA: Exempt

Qualifications: A minimum of five years’ experience, in fund raising (including significant experience in personal solicitation, and familiarity with fundraising practices), financial sales, insurance sales, estate and financial planning, or other related areas. Strong interpersonal skills and comfortable working with donors required. Successful track record of fundraising with major and/or planned gift donors a plus. Experience working with high-level volunteers, donors and program staff on collaborative activities. Experience, familiarity and/or ability to work in a complex non-profit organization with many departments, programs and fund raising priorities. Ability to work well with a variety of people in a dynamic environment; high energy; focus; collaborative spirit. Self-directed and proactive, able to manage confidential information with discretion. Familiarity with issues of fundraising and general professional and workplace ethics. Detail-oriented with a strong focus on quality and accuracy

Bachelor’s degree required. Other considerations include an advanced degree in a related field such as law, finance or non-profit management, proven committee/board experience; a certification is a plus, such as CFP or CAP designation. Those without such a certification are expected to obtain a certification within 2 years of start of employment.

Qualified candidates must be able to demonstrate mature judgment, initiative and the ability to make independent and effective decisions without close supervision; strong interpersonal skills; computer literate including proficiency in the use of Microsoft Windows to specifically include Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The incumbent must also be proficient in the use of email applications such as Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Notes.

Possess an above average aptitude in both written and oral communication, be trustworthy, especially in confidential matters and be well organized and efficient.

Qualified candidates must also be able to pass The Salvation Army’s background check and drivers’ qualification. The incumbent must have the ability to travel in community, and throughout the Division. It must be understood by the incumbent that the position is subject to the requirements of Safe From Harm upon commencement of employment and that the required Safe From Harm training program must be satisfactorily completed within the first ninety (90) days of employment.

Summary of Position: Identify, cultivate, solicit, secure and steward individual prospects and donors, targeting planned gifts for The Salvation Army Indiana Division (DHQ). Actively participate in the implementation of the DHQ’s philanthropic campaigns and plans, focusing on Planned Giving fundraising priorities and involving volunteers and other stakeholders in the realization of DHQ goals. Responsibilities include engaging and soliciting donors and friends of The Salvation Army for planned gifts. Work directly with other fundraisers, senior staff and volunteer leadership.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: This job description should not be interpreted as all inclusive. It is intended to identify the essential functions and requirements of the position. Other job related responsibilities and tasks may be assigned.    Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.

  • Help assure that DHQ achieves its fundraising goals in collaboration with others within the Development Department and interdepartmentally
  • Manage a prospect portfolio of approximately 125-150 planned giving donors and prospects, and manage the qualification of a select group of suspects
    • Develop solicitation plans for new and current planned gift donors and prospects within prospect and suspect portfolio
    • Develop relationships with assigned donors and prospects through various cultivation calls, letters and handwritten notes, with an emphasis on successful face-to-face meetings
    • Complete an assigned number of significant contacts per year with donors and prospects from portfolio, ranging from 280 to 400 annually
    • Solicit and close planned gifts in accordance with annual goals as set by director in consultation with Divisional Leadership and the Territorial Planned Giving Director
  • Develop and write donor cultivation materials, acknowledgements, volunteer solicitor briefings and reports. Produce personalized planned giving proposals for individual support
  • Contact and cultivate persons identified through marketing efforts, work with Corps and Division staff, professional advisors and other referral sources
  • Coordinate and provide assistance in the design of strategies for cultivating and soliciting donors in coordination with senior staff, leadership and volunteers
  • With other Development staff, identify, qualify and research new planned gift prospects
  • Work with the Director of Planned Giving, Executive Development Director and major gift staff and Salvation Army Officers as part of a team of fundraisers for the Indiana Division, including joint strategy sessions and other matters important for an effective development effort
  • Identify innovative development, cultivation and stewardship activities, craft new strategies and support planning that will strengthen the Planned Gifts Program over time
  • Assist in the organization of occasional events and small donor meetings for cultivation and stewardship purposes
  • Manage other duties as assigned

Staff Supervision: Does not manage staff

Fiscal Management: Monitors assigned budgets

Recording and Reports

  • Develops a documented plan to achieve endowment and planned gift goals from assigned portfolio
  • Responsible for submitting required statistics, reports and budget information to the Director of Planned Giving as requested.
  • Maintains positive work atmosphere by behaving and communicating in a manner that fosters good relationships with co-workers and supervisors. This would include but not be limited to such actions: resolution of conflicts in a professional manner; courteous treatment of staff, visitors and clients; respect of other’s property and person and professional and appropriate communication to and about co-workers, supervisors, and subordinates.
  • Supports the mission of The Salvation Army by treating every client and colleagues with individual respect and dignity, and without discrimination of any kind.
  • Performs all other duties as assigned.

Working Conditions: There are normally no hazardous or significantly unpleasant physical working conditions. The essential duties and responsibilities of this position cannot be performed from home.

Bloodborne Pathogens Risk Levels: Risk Level 1 – the tasks or activities conducted would involve no expectation of exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials.

Physical Activities and Requirements of the Position

Talking: Especially where one must frequently convey detailed or important instructions, information, and ideas accurately, loudly, or quickly.
Average hearing: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.
Repetitive Motion: Movements frequently and regularly require using the wrist, hands, and/or fingers.
Average Visual Abilities: Average, ordinary, visual activity necessary to prepare or inspect documents.
Physical Strength: Sedentary Work; sitting most of the time. Exerts up to 50 pounds of force occasionally.
Travel: The incumbent will be required to travel regularly by personal vehicle, organization vehicle or other mode of travel as necessary to support the mission of The Salvation Army.

Mental Activities and Requirements of the Position

Reasoning Ability: Ability to deal with a variety of variables under only limited standardization. Able to interpret various instructions.
Mathematics Ability: Ability to compute profit and loss; ration and proportion and percentage for budget management and projections.
Language Ability: Ability to read a variety of books, magazines, instruction manuals, atlases, and encyclopedias. Ability to prepare memos, reports, and essays using proper punctuation, spelling and grammar. Ability to communicate distinctly with appropriate pauses and emphasis; correct punctuation and variation in word order; using present, perfect, and future tenses.

All employees recognize that The Salvation Army is a church and agree that they will do nothing as an employee of The Salvation Army to undermine its religious mission.

All interested candidates, please submit cover letters, resumes and professional references to the attention of David Loyd. Email submissions are preferable.

Email: david_loyd@usc.salvationarmy.org

 

Divisional Headquarters Employment Opportunity – Controller

Divisional Headquarters Employment Opportunity – Controller

TITLE: Controller
DEPT: Finance
REPORTS TO: Divisional Secretary for Business
FLSA: Full Time

Job Objective: Provide oversight, expertise, leadership, and management supervision for financial accounting operations for The Salvation Army Indiana Division; in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America (US GAAP), and in conformity with policies and procedures established by The Salvation Army.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: This job description should not be interpreted as all inclusive. It is intended to identify the essential functions and requirements of the position. Other job related responsibilities and tasks may be assigned. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.

  1. Personal Responsibilities:
    • Supervise subordinates, as delineated by the department’s organizational chart, currently direct supervision to three individuals who also have supervisory responsibilities to subordinates.
    • Provide supervisory support as necessary in absence of other designated supervisors
  2. Financial and Administrative Responsibilities:
    • Provide technical accounting support to management and subordinates.
    • Serve as liaison to the Indianapolis Advisory Board Finance Committee.
    • Manage the cash flow position of the divisional bank accounts.
    • Manage required independent audits, including notes to financial statements and the Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards (SEFA), and other financial reports as required.
    • Provide oversight and Operational management for the internal audits of divisional funds by Territorial Headquarters.
    • Provide oversight and Operational management for the budget preparation process of all Salvation Army funds and units and their timely submission to the Divisional Finance Board for approval.
    • Provide oversight of the preparation and filing of financial statements and other financial documents for all divisional operating funds, and other units as necessary, including reports prepared for independent auditors, DHQ management, Territorial Headquarters, United Way, State of Indiana, and others.
    • Responsible for the preparation of the consolidated financial worksheet at the fiscal year-end for Territorial Headquarters, including elimination of inter-company transactions, as directed by THQ.
    • Provide liaison support and review processes between The Salvation Army and the management companies for financial statements, independent audits, internal audits, operating budgets, tax returns, and other accounting functions of the four units under outside management, including, but not limited to Booth Manors, Carpenter Apts., and Barton Center.
    • Provide oversight and Operational management for the reporting and paying of Indiana Sales Tax to the Indiana Department of Revenue for all Indiana Sales Taxes collected by Salvation Army operations as necessary.
    • Review and release cash disbursements (checks and ACH transfers) from divisional and unit bank accounts.
    • Review journal entries and check requests for all bank accounts as necessary.
    • Review reconciliations of bank statements, included in the divisional and unit general ledgers.
    • Provide oversight and Operational management support for the cash flow position of bank accounts included in the divisional general ledgers. Review corps and all other units’ cash flow reports and address as directed by supervisor.
    • Serve as a bank account administrator and maintain a liaison position with the banks included in the divisional general ledgers.
    • Serve as security administrator to manage access to online banking services for the bank accounts included in the divisional accounts and other accounts as directed.
    • Manage due diligence processes when necessary to assess possible advantageous changes in accounting related service providers (banking products providers, payroll products providers, independent auditors)
    • Attend seminars and conferences as requested. Prepare presentations for Divisional Finance Board and other groups as directed.
    • Research solutions to financial operational scenarios as they arise.
    • Work in conjunction with the development department on fund raising initiatives and events as assigned.
    • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications: The requirements listed below are representative of the minimal education, experience, skills, and/or abilities required for this position.

Education: Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting, MBA in Accounting recommended

Experience: Five years of experience in preparation of financial statements, prepared in conformity with US GAAP, and subsequently subjected to independent audits. Experience with non-profit accounting, church accounting, hierarchical organization accounting is preferred.

Certifications: Indiana CPA certificate preferred

Skills/Abilities:

    • Knowledge of US GAAP, and non-profit counting
    • Preparation of complete financial statements, including footnotes and Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards (SEFA), in conformity with US GAAP
    • Experience in eliminating inter-company transactions in consolidating financial statements
    • Knowledge of The Salvation Army’s policies and its Missional structure is helpful
    • Knowledge of standard office procedures and practices
    • Proficient in computer software (Microsoft Office, General Ledger Accounting software, etc.)
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality is critical
    • Ability to work under pressure and meet numerous deadlines is important
    • Ability to multi-task within financial responsibilities
    • Ability to work independently
    • Ability to be proactive and forward thinking in office procedures and meeting the needs of The Salvation Army
    • Ability to supervise others positively and efficiently
    • Good interpersonal skills
    • Good telephone etiquette
    • Good written and oral communication skills
    • Good organizational skills
    • Good analytical skills
    • Ability to drive vehicle as needed to accomplish duties
    • Willing to support The Salvation Army’s mission faithfully
    • Successfully pass The Salvation Army Safe from Harm training
    • Must be able to pass The Salvation Army’s background checks, have a good driving record, and meet the MVR drivers’ qualification.

Supervisory Responsibility: The position oversees the Finance Department.

The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the duties of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals to perform the essential functions of this job.

Physical Requirements Include: Good speaking, hearing and vision ability, and excellent manual dexterity.  Lifting, pulling and pushing of materials up to 25 pounds. Requires bending, squatting, walking, and may stand for extended periods.

Travel: Position may require occasional travel for training.

Working Conditions: Work is performed normally in a typical office environment.

All employees recognize that The Salvation Army is a church and agree that they will do nothing as an employee of The Salvation Army to undermine its religious mission.

All interested candidates, please submit cover letters, resumes and professional references to the attention of David Loyd. Email submissions are preferable.

Email: david_loyd@usc.salvationarmy.org

 

Community Outreach Coordinator for Johnson County (Part Time)

Community Outreach Coordinator Opportunity – Johnson County

TITLE: Community Outreach Coordinator
DEPT: Johnson County
REPORTS TO: Assistant Social Services Director
FLSA: Hourly

The Salvation Army Mission:
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church.  Its message is based on the Bible.  Its ministry is motivated by the love of God.  Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
 
Job Objective:
To interact with community stakeholders strengthening the position of the Red Shield Center in the community, including overseeing the annual Red Kettle Campaign and volunteer program

Essential Functions:
This job description should not be interpreted as all inclusive. It is intended to identify the essential functions and requirements of the position. Other job related responsibilities and tasks may be assigned.  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.

  • Plan, implement, manage, and evaluate annual Red Kettle campaign
  • Build and/or maintain successful relationships with community stakeholders
  • Engage service organizations and other groups and individuals to volunteer for fundraising and programmatic efforts
  • Plan and implement recognition events/activities for kettle location managers, staff and volunteers
  • Serve as a liaison to area churches strengthening the knowledge of The Salvation Army’s story and service and ministry in Johnson County and linking to volunteer opportunities
  • Develop and manage the process for communication excellence with all aspects of the kettle campaign, including trouble shooting, handling complaints and compliments, relaying concerns and successes to the Red Kettle Campaign Coordinator and Assistant Social Services Director at Divisional Headquarters
  • Become proficient in software, including Register to Ring
  • Provide supervision to volunteers
  • Recruit, train, and supervise seasonal employees and volunteers
  • Develop and assist with special events
  • Manage kettle inventory
  • Oversee pantry volunteers
  • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
The requirements listed below are representative of the minimal education, experience, skills, and/or abilities required for this position. 

Education:
High school diploma or equivalency required

Background Checks:
Position requires a background check to be completed; findings may disqualify an individual for this position

Experience:
Experience interacting with the public and managing multiple tasks helpful; preference given to previous involvement with Red Kettle Campaign

Certifications:
Valid driver’s license and maintain The Salvation Army Driver’s qualification standard

Skills/Abilities:
Excellent interpersonal communication and public speaking skills, ability to motivate and inspire others, results-driven, attention detail, ability to make independent decisions within given parameters, ability to maintain confidentiality, trustworthy, computer literate, proficient in Windows and Microsoft Office products, online communications and mobile communications

Supervisory Responsibility:             
Ongoing and seasonal volunteers; paid bell ringers and other seasonal staff
 
The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the duties of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals to perform the essential functions of this job. 

Physical Requirements Include:
Standing and walking for long periods, routinely lift 25 pounds and occasionally up to 75 pounds
 
Travel:
Routine travel within Johnson County and to Divisional Headquarters as needed; occasional out of state travel for training may be required

Working Conditions:
Work is a combination office and field work, evenings and weekends will be required, especially during Red Kettle Campaign

All employees recognize that The Salvation Army is a church and agree that they will do nothing as an employee of The Salvation Army to undermine its religious mission.

All interested candidates, please submit cover letters, resumes and professional references to the attention of David Loyd. Email submissions are preferable.

Email: david_loyd@usc.salvationarmy.org

 

Service Coordinator for Johnson County (part time)

Service Coordinator Opportunity – Johnson County

TITLE: Service Coordinator
DEPT: Johnson County
REPORTS TO: Asst. Divisional SS Director, DHQ
FLSA: Hourly

The Salvation Army Mission:
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church.  Its message is based on the Bible.  Its ministry is motivated by the love of God.  Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
 
Job Objective:
This position oversees all aspects of social services programming for The Salvation Army Red Shield Center of Johnson County.

Essential Functions:
This job description should not be interpreted as all inclusive. It is intended to identify the essential functions and requirements of the position. Other job related responsibilities and tasks may be assigned.  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.

  • Schedule and conduct intake appointments for emergency material assistance clientele
  • Perform assessments to identify client strengths, needs, and barriers, engaging in ongoing case management services
  • Implement Pathway of Hope
  • Develop and maintain a list of referral sources throughout Johnson County
  • Complete and maintain required electronic and paper documentations for clients and volunteers in compliance with Salvation Army and funders’ standards
  • Network with other social service providers throughout Johnson County
  • Represent The Salvation Army at public functions as requested and determined to be appropriate
  • Manage the budget as provided by Divisional Headquarters, making suggestions to supervisors to further the mission
  • Assist the Community Outreach Coordinator with the Red Kettle Campaign
  • Identify and report unmet needs in Johnson County to Divisional Social Services Director and/or Case Management Services Coordinator
  • Ensure that the pantry remains well-stocked
  • Work with Community Outreach Coordinator to recruit, train, and oversee volunteers
  • Oversee the building, reporting maintenance concerns/needs to Divisional Property staff and /or the property management company
  • Participate in City Coordinating meetings as requested
  • Ensure the cleanliness of the building
  • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
The requirements listed below are representative of the minimal education, experience, skills, and/or abilities required for this position. 
 
Education:
Minimum of an Associate’s Degree in Human Services or a related field required.  Extensive case management experience with diverse populations may be considered in lieu of degree

Background Checks:
Position requires a background check to be completed; findings may disqualify an individual for this position

Experience:
At least two years delivering strengths-based case management

Certifications:
Must have a valid driver’s license and maintain The Salvation Army Driver’s qualification standard

Skills/Abilities:
Ability to speak, write and understand English in a manner sufficient for effective communication with clients and leadership required; ability to use common office equipment; skills to utilize Microsoft Office

Supervisory Responsibility:
No supervisory responsibility for this position
 
The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the duties of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals to perform the essential functions of this job. 
 
Physical Requirements Include:
Good speaking, hearing and vision ability, and excellent manual dexterity.)  Lifting, pulling and pushing of materials up to 40 pound and occasionally up to 75; requires bending, squatting, walking, and may stand for extended periods

Travel:
Position may require occasional travel for training

Working Conditions:
Work is performed in a typical office environment.  Part-time position; may require occasional weekend or evening work

All employees recognize that The Salvation Army is a church and agree that they will do nothing as an employee of The Salvation Army to undermine its religious mission.

All interested candidates, please submit cover letters, resumes and professional references to the attention of David Loyd. Email submissions are preferable.

Email: david_loyd@usc.salvationarmy.org

Southern Indiana Job Opportunities

Northern Indiana Job Opportunities

Fort Wayne Corps Community Center Employment Opportunity – Community Youth Center Worker

Fort Wayne Corps Community Center Employment Opportunity – Community Youth Center Worker

Seeking part time staff member to work with high-school age young men in our Community Youth Center. Must have experience in basketball leadership.

Applicants should possess the following:

  • Strong, positive role model and the ability to mentor high-school aged youth
  • Flexible afternoon / early evening schedule
  • Self-motivated to take on and create improvements in our program
  • Comfortable working in a Christian environment
  • Background check required
  • Must adhere to The Salvation Army Mission Statement

All interested candidates, please submit cover letters and resumes to the attention of Lieutenant Linda Acosta – Corps Officer.

Email: Linda_Acosta@usc.salvationarmy.org

Western Indiana Job Opportunities

Pathway of Hope Caseworker for Terre Haute Corps (part-time)

Pathway of Hope Coordinator Opportunity – Terre Haute Corps Community Center

TITLE: Pathway of Hope Caseworker
DEPT: Terre Haute/Pathway of Hope
REPORTS TO: Corps Administrator
FLSA: Hourly

The Salvation Army Mission:
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church.  Its message is based on the Bible.  Its ministry is motivated by the love of God.  Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Job Objective:
To implement the social service aspect of the Pathway of Hope utilizing strengths-based case management practice

This is a grant funded position for which funds have been secured for one year.

Essential Functions:
This job description should not be interpreted as all inclusive. It is intended to identify the essential functions and requirements of the position. Other job related responsibilities and tasks may be assigned.  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.

  • Disseminate information re: Pathway of Hope to interested stakeholders
  • Develop and maintain working relationships with community agencies
  • Recruit and engage families interested in developing their level of sufficiency
  • Complete comprehensive assessments and action plans per Pathway of Hope guidelines
  • Implement strengths-based case management skills
  • Refer families to services designed to address identified goals and remediate barriers
  • Complete all required documentation in SIMS (Salvation Army Information Management System) in an accurate, timely manner
  • Maintain client files in accordance with Pathway Hope and funder guidelines
  • Meet with the Regional Coordinator on at least a monthly basis implementing recommendations
  • Participate in Pathway of Hope cluster meetings and training opportunities
  • Complete divisional or territorial education forums and webinars as indicated by the Corps Officer, Regional Coordinator, and/or Divisional Social Services Director

Minimum Qualifications:
The requirements listed below are representative of the minimal education, experience, skills, and/or abilities required for this position. 
 
Education:
Bachelor’s degree in social work psychology or a related field strongly preferred extensive experience implementing strengths-based case management with diverse populations may be considered in lieu of educational requirement

Background Checks:
Position requires a background check to be completed; findings may disqualify an individual for this position.

Experience:
At least one year of casework experience preferred

Certifications:
Valid Indiana Driver’s License and ability to maintain The Salvation Army Drivers’ Qualification Standards

Skills/Abilities:
Ability to speak, write and understand English in a manner sufficient for effective communication with clients, leadership and field personnel; basic knowledge of Spanish helpful; working knowledge of Microsoft Office and online documentation programs; strong organizational skills; ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds

Supervisory Responsibility:
This position may supervise volunteers working in a mentoring relationship with clients
 
The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the duties of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals to perform the essential functions of this job. 
 
Physical Requirements Include:
Good speaking, hearing and vision, excellent manual dexterity; ability to sit or stand for long periods of time; lifting, pushing, pulling of up to 40 pounds on occasion; ability to operate common office equipment; may require bending, squatting, walking, and/or standing for extended periods
 
Travel:
Travel will be limited, primarily occurring within the service area of the Corps Community Center.  Occasional overnight travel may be required, primarily for educational purposes

Working Conditions:
Work is performed in a typical office environment; travel to satellite locations will be required; as will some weekend and evening work

All employees recognize that The Salvation Army is a church and agree that they will do nothing as an employee of The Salvation Army to undermine its religious mission.

All interested candidates, please submit cover letters, resumes and professional references to the attention of David Loyd. Email submissions are preferable.

Email: david_loyd@usc.salvationarmy.org