The Salvation Army
MUNSTER | The Salvation Army’s sent more than 100 children back to school with smiles and full backpacks thanks to its annual Back to School Carnival and Backpack Giveaway last month.
MUNSTER | The tradition of National Donut Day began during World War I and continued during World War II, when the doughnut became a symbol of all that The Salvation Army was doing to ease the hardships of the men fighting on the front lines.
EAST CHICAGO | In appreciation of U.S. military veterans and to celebrate the community garden at the East Chicago Salvation Army, Home Depot will be at 513 W. Chicago Ave. at 6:15 p.m. today for a special dedication ceremony.
The Salvation Army conducts its 77th annual National Donut Day this weekend and next.
MUNSTER | Wills and estate planning are critical, but often overlooked, according to an attorney who spoke about planning ahead at a recent seminar hosted by The Salvation Army of Lake County.
MUNSTER | The Salvation Army of Lake County will host a Will and Estate Planning Seminar at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at The Salvation Army, 8225 Columbia Ave. Learn how to provide and protect those you care about most at this free seminar. Gary Bonk, local estate planning attorney and Salvation Arm…
Ed Liss waits for lunchtime at The East Chicago Salvation Army.
A prayer is said before lunch is served at The East Chicago Salvation Army.
EAST CHICAGO | In one short hour, as many as 100 people in need file through the food line at The Salvation Army Community Center for a free lunch.
Stephanie Griffin has lunch at the East Chicago Salvation Army.
Ozzy Martinez sets out trays for lunch at The Salvation Army Community Center in East Chicago.
MUNSTER | The Munster Police Department will host a session on human trafficking from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday in the auditorium at Munster High School.
Methodist Hospitals’ employees from both campuses, Gary and Merrillville, teamed up in the spirit of the holiday season to hold a holiday food drive and provide gifts to children in need. Perishable food items were donated to the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana.
HAMMOND | On the eve of Christmas Day, organizers of the Good Neighbor Christmas Cheer Fund estimated thousands of Northwest Indiana residents will have a Christmas dinner with food vouchers it funds.
Donations to red kettles in Lake County are down by 30 percent so far compared with this time last year, while the need for food and assistance are greater than ever, The Salvation Army reports.
“Doing The Most Good” is The Salvation Army’s national brand strategy and distinct identifiable message, according to its website. Moreover, it is a promise the organization makes to its contributors, clients, associates, officers and employees.
As a Salvation Army employee, Betsy Clark knows that beginning a simple conversation with a stranger can often reveal much about their needs.
SOUTH HAVEN | The Salvation Army Porter County Corps Community Center invites the public, local businesses and families to sell new or used items at the Salvation Army property along U.S. 6 in South Haven during the Fall Harvest Flea Market Bazaar.
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