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Angle Memorial Fund For Children

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Making a Difference in a Youngster’s Life Today and the World Tomorrow.

The Angle Memorial Fund for Children is an ongoing endowment that benefits less fortunate boys and girls from The Salvation Army Princeton Corps by providing summer camp scholarships to attend Hidden Falls Camp in southern Indiana.

Bill and Norma Wells established the fund in the spring of 2006 in loving memory of Norma’s parents, Robert and Emma Angle and her brother, Floyd Angle, who lived their lives always helping others.

Children today face many adversities growing up. This is especially true for children from oppressively poor families. Hidden Falls Camp is The Salvation Army’s answer to reach these children. They are given the opportunity to experience nature, build lifelong friendships, and develop qualities that drive them to impact their community. Most importantly the children are introduced to God’s love.

A week at camp, which includes transportation, food, lodging, counseling, crafts, laughter and much more, costs approximately $500 for each child – impossible for their parents to afford.

It’s easy to help and your gift of any amount would be greatly appreciated!

Please – make a difference in a youngster’s life today…and in the world tomorrow. On behalf of all the children, Bill and Norma Wells, and all of us here at The Salvation Army – THANK YOU and God Bless!

The Salvation Army Indiana Divisional Headquarters
Jo Ann Remender
6060 Castleway West Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46250

Contact Information:
Jo Ann Remender

*Checks should be made out to “The Salvation Army” with “Angle Memorial Fund for Children” in the memo line.