Pops Pays a Visit

Children at the Ruth Lilly Women and Children’s Center day care and preschool were delighted when their afternoon was interrupted by an orange and blue clad clown. Pops, Jay Ricker of Ricker’s Stores alter ego, wanted to stop by the Block of Hope to visit with children, staff and residents. […]

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IRA Charitable Rollover Extension

Good news for seniors 70 and above: Included in the Tax Act last week, the IRA Charitable Rollover provision has been reinstated for 2012 and extended through 2013. This means that taxpayers can benefit their favorite charities like the Salvation Army and potentially reduce their income taxes! There are at […]

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Last Minute Tax Donations Needed

As of Friday afternoon, The Salvation Army in central Indiana raised just $2,326,421, or 70.5 percent, of its $3.3 million Tree of Lights goal.  Last year at this time, The Salvation Army raised more than $2,397,729, or 73.1 percent, of its 2011 goal of $3.2 million.  With the end of […]

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Santa Helps Deliver Bikes

Santa helped The Salvation Army make two very special Christmas Eve deliveries. First thing Monday morning, Two Men and a Truck arrived at The Salvation Army warehouse to load children’s bicycles for delivery. Then a small caravan set out to find the first family and surprise the children with bikes. […]

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