The Salvation Army has served nearly 100,000 meals throughout the gulf coast area as a result of Hurricane Gustav. This includes food service for evacuees, volunteers and other first responders who are helping in the evacuation. The Salvation Army has more than 100 mobile feeding units, two 54′ mobile kitchens […]
SkyConcert Lights Up the Night!
The HANK’s Advantage SkyConcert illuminated downtown Indianapolis last night as hundreds of thousands of patrons took in the spectacle. The Salvation Army was chosen as this years charity for the annual event which took place at White River State Park. Salvation Army volunteers collected donations at locations around the event […]
Golf 4 Giving Open
The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary was out in “full swing” on Monday. At Plum Creek Golf Club in Carmel, the Auxiliary hosted their 10th annual Golf 4 Giving Open, a yearly charity golf tournament to benefit The Salvation Army’s programs in Indianapolis. Eric Halvorson of WISH-TV8 emceed the dinner reception […]
100 Years in Vincennes
The Salvation Army was founded in Vincennes, Indiana in 1907. After a hundred years and two location changes, the Army’s presence is still bold, still strong, and still serving in that community. On Saturday, August 23, the corps, under the leadership of Captains Justin and Sarah Windell, organized a block […]