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Ending Summer Hunger

When five-year-old Jurnee is asked what she thinks of her summer at The Salvation Army Eagle Creek Corps Community Center, her response is immediate and enthusiastic. “It’s cool!” she exclaims, before listing off all her favorite activities from the summer: volleyball, snack time, swim lessons, field trips to places like […]

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Collecting Coats For Kids

The weather is changing and it’s time to start thinking about getting new winter coats for the kids. For many Hoosier families, though, the extra expense of new coats for growing children just isn’t in their budgets. That’s where the Coats for Kids program comes in. Launched 29 years ago […]

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Hope for Brianna

Cancer. It’s a word that no parent wants to hear from their child’s doctor, but every day there are thousands of diagnoses that upend lives and replace happiness with fear. For young mothers like Emily, the diagnosis of a rare cancer in her young daughter, Brianna, brought their world crashing […]

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Katrina: Ten Years Later

(Originally published on SalvationArmyUSA.org) ALEXANDRIA, VA (August 20, 2015) – The Salvation Army continues to be a source of hope, stability and service to the residents of the Gulf Coast ten years after the most active and expensive hurricane season in U.S. history. With a presence in every ZIP code […]

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