This week’s excitement over the “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” show traveled all the way from Bunker Hill to downtown Indianapolis. On Monday, Two Men And A Truck delivered furniture and appliances salvaged from the Cowan-Brown family’s home to The Salvation Army’s Women and Children’s Shelter.
Show organizers wanted the items to go to a place where they would be used rather than sold and the Army’s shelter certainly is that place. Established as the first facility in Indianapolis for homeless and abused women and children, the shelter has 126 beds that are full each night and that need is always growing.
If you’d like to help with preparing and serving meals, child care, housekeeping or to donate services and goods, please go to indysocialservices.org and fill out a volunteer form or call Julia Sipes at 317-637-5551.
Thanks again to Two Men And A Truck for being “movers who care” and for your partnership with The Salvation Army!