As Indiana sees the first wave of a two-part winter storm, bed spaces at shelters in Indy are filling up quickly. The Salvation Army’s Shelter for Women and Children reports getting many phone calls for families in need of shelter that are not in violent situations. “We are full […]
The Holidays Are Behind Us But Much Work Lies Before Us
We’ve got one week of the new year under our belts (not to mention all the holiday gluttony we consumed!). Oh, but those days are behind us and we’re relishing a slower pace here at The Salvation Army in January. Or are we? Yes, the months of careful planning led […]
Celebrating 2012: Reflecting With Gratitude
We’ve come to the end of another successful year; wrapping up another season of Doing the Most Good. But there really is no beginning or end – no season in which we exclusively spend ourselves on serving the needs of families in Indy. It’s a year-long undertaking and one that […]
Red Kettles Out After Christmas. Donations Still Needed.
Christmas has come and gone, but the familiar sites and sounds of the Red Kettle will remain through New Year’s Eve. Although The Salvation Army’s Tree of Lights campaign will continue until the end of January, the annual fundraising effort is running about 10% behind from previous years. With only […]