Let the Golden Years Shine

More than 62,000 Hoosiers over age 65 live below the poverty line. They are often faced with choosing between prescription medications and groceries, or between buying a warm coat and paying a utility bill. These seniors are part of the “invisible population,” struggling with loneliness, health problems and poverty without […]

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Senior Adults Not Forgotten At The Salvation Army

We’re always talking about the women and children who come to our shelter, back-to-school supply shopping, Christmas assistance and so on. One outreach of The Salvation Army that doesn’t get the attention it deserves is the ministry to seniors at our Corps Community Centers. Senior adults face many challenges unique […]

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White Lick Elementary students help others

Two by two, third and fourth grade students at White Lick Elementary in Brownsburg walked around teacher Julie Copeland’s class room filling their Salvation Army boxes with goodies. The students have been collecting these goodies, consisting of non-perishable food items and a few toiletries, to be added to the boxes […]

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Salvation Army Hosts Senior Health Fair

“One of the best kept secrets in The Salvation Army.”  That’s how Andrea Robinson describes The Salvation Army’s Booth Manor Apartments for Seniors.  The apartments provide low income housing for those 62 and over who can live independently.  Currently, there are 75 seniors who have made Booth Manor their home. […]

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