Fourth Graders Pack Gifts for Shelter

Fourth Graders at White Lick Elementary School in Brownsburg packed “welcome kits” for moms and kids at The Salvation Army’s Women’s and Children’s Shelter in Indianapolis.  Mrs. Steffen’s class set a goal to pack 100 kits and in less than an hour they had not only hit their goal, they […]

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Grass Roots Volunteering

Much of The Salvation Army’s success is due to the selfless service of hundreds of volunteers.  Finding and managing all of these volunteers keeps Elizabeth, our Volunteer Coordinator, very busy.  But thanks to the Northwest Indianapolis Kiwanis Club, Elizabeth’s job has gotten a little easier. Last fall, The Northwest Indianapolis […]

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Kindergarten Class Bites Back

Last month, the students in Ms. Scibienski’s Kindergarten class at Mary Castle Early Learning Center were learning about homelessness in their community.  They got a special visit from Julia Sipes of The Salvation Army’s Women and Children’s Shelter who told them what The Salvation Army was doing to help homeless […]

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Flower Project Benefits Shelter Moms

The Salvation Army has joined Jewish Women International (JWI) in its work to end domestic abuse by becoming a partner in the Mother’s Day Flower Project. This annual event sends Mother’s Day bouquets to 150 domestic violence shelters around the country, including The Salvation Army’s Women’s  and Children’s Shelter in […]

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