There are plenty of ways that you can help The Salvation Army provide a variety of programs and services to those who are in the most need in your community. From supporting safe, educational after-school programs for children to feeding hungry families, you can be a part of our efforts to do the most good every day of the year.
Here are just a few ways that you can give back:
If you would like to make a financial donation within The Salvation Army Indiana Division, there are three basic ways that you may do so: online via credit card or PayPal, by phone, or by personal check through the mail. Click here to learn more about making financial donations.
GIVE TO YOUR LOCAL SALVATION ARMY CORPS
The Salvation Army Indiana Division has 27 Corps Community Centers all across the state, from down in Evansville all the way up to Fort Wayne. You can send donations directly to your local corps. Click here to find the Corps Community Center that is nearest to you.
MATERIAL DONATIONS TO FAMILY STORES
If you would like to make a material donation you can drop items off at a nearby Salvation Army Family Store or schedule an appointment to have your items picked up. Click here to learn more about making material donations or here to see a list of Family Stores near you.
In order to continue helping the community and maintain our programs, The Salvation Army relies on financial support from corporations, foundations and other organizations. There are multiple opportunities to get involved in ways that promote your values and create a positive impression in front of the community. These include corporate & organizational partnerships, sponsorship opportunities, fundraising opportunities and matching gifts. Click here to learn more about corporate giving.
Individuals, foundations or corporations can make large, transformative cash gifts to help fund Salvation Army programs and support services throughout Indiana. Click here to learn more about major gifts.
THE WILLIAM BOOTH SOCIETY
The William Booth Society is The Salvation Army’s most prestigious donor organization and was established to recognize and honor donors who make an annual gift of $5,000 or more to support Army programs and services. Click here to learn more about the William Booth Society.
BED & BREAD CLUB
The Salvation Army’s Bed & Bread Club is made up of people like you who have decided to take the matter of hunger and homelessness in their community into their own hands. By pledging as little as $10 per month — or $120 per year — you can help The Salvation Army provide food, shelter and other necessities so struggling individuals can get back on their feet. Click here to learn more about the Bed & Bread Club.
GIFT & ESTATE PLANNING
Our hope is to serve you and your family with useful estate, gift and tax planning information. Additionally, numerous friends and supporters of The Salvation Army have discovered the joy of creating a legacy through testamentary, life income, and other gift plans. To learn more about gift and estate planning with The Salvation Army, visit www.MyPlan2Give.org.
STOCKS & BONDS
Donating stocks or bonds is a great way to make your gift go a long way and save taxes as well as receive a charitable deduction. Click here to learn more about how to donate stocks and bonds.
GIFTS IN HONOR OR MEMORY
Instead of presents or flowers this year, honor clients or someone special with a donation to The Salvation Army. Click here to learn more about gifts made in honor or memory of another, or simply make your donation now by clicking here.