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Smiles Make the Greatest Gifts

Providing physical needs such as grocery, utility and gift assistance,
to emotional experiences including holiday events and traditions.

Change Lives for Good.

Over 20% of families in Marion County live below the poverty line. With your help, we can ensure a healthy future for all of our neighbors. 

Give generously. Help with a full heart.

Change lives for Good.

Simone came to The Salvation Army cold and hungry, without a place to sleep.

In 2016 Simone walked in to our Fountain Square Neighborhood Center without a coat for her son, a hot meal to eat or a roof over her head. Kicked out of her home in the middle of winter, Simone searched the streets for somewhere, anywhere she could go for help. Three years after entering our doors, Simone has a stable job in the insurance business, an apartment for her son to run around in and plans on volunteering her time at a local shelter this Christmas. Be a part of the Pathway of Hope and change a life today.

How We can work together to change lives today:

Use this paragraph to introduce the ways you help within this ministry. Then, index your programs or services below. Here is your opportunity to get hyper-local. You may have specific programs or services that apply to multiple ministries. There is no harm in listing these on all applicable ministry landing pages. Consider your audience, who may be looking for immediate help (and make sure they have a way to initiate it).

Pathway of Hope
Like Simone, so many of our neighbors are in need of a helping hand. Joining the Pathway of Hope is committing to providing this help; we partner with families to build long-term, sustainable futures through job searches, personal finance workshops and even creative arts courses. Contact our Case Worker, Sharon Mack, at (317)-632-0156 to be a part of the Pathway today. 


Emergency Food Pantry
In need of dinner tonight, and don't know where the meal will come from? Stop by our Neighborhood Center- we can help! Our pantry is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 AM- 12:00 PM.



Emergency Financial Funds
Bad days happen to everyone- we understand! If your rent/utilities is behind and you don't know where the money will come from, give our Case Worker, Sharon Mack, a call at (317)-632-0156 to find out how we can help you.


Eligibility Guidelines

  • Valid I.D.

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