National Donut Day – Friday, June 6th

The idea for Donut Day began on the battlefields of France during World War I when Salvation Army workers served coffee and doughnuts to soldiers in the trenches. Rations were poor so the doughnut idea was conceived as a means … Continued


“Stamp Out Hunger” A Success …

The annual National Association of Letter Carriers Food Drive “Stamp Out Hunger” was a great success for The Salvtion Army Food Pantry.  4,420 pounds of food was collected according to Lt. Esteban Pommier.  Thanks to United Way and the Letter … Continued


Thanks To Chimp’s Comix!

Special thanks to Chimp’s Comix for the 10th Annual Free Comic Book Day and the 841 items they collected for our pantry. We appreciate their support as we reach out to others in need. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Chimps-Comix/92860044102  


Annual Soup & Pie Luncheon

The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary will post its annual Soup & Pie Luncheon on Wednesday, April 16th, 11am-1pm at the Center Lake Pavilion. Proceeds from the event support the outreach of the SA in Kosciusko County.  Bake Sale items will … Continued


Easter Prayer

With Easter fast approaching we take time to remember that Jesus is Risen! Here is an Easter Prayer from the War Cry: “Lord, the resurrection of Your Son has given us new life and renewed hope.  Help us to live … Continued


We Lost a Good Friend – Bob Gephart

  We lost a good friend in Kosciusko County.  Bob Gephart, Life Member of our Advisory Board, went to be with the Lord on March 14th.  He fought a nine year battle with lung cancer.  Bob was a true servant … Continued


Pathway of Hope

The Salvation Army of Kosciusko County is working with 7 households to develop action plans to move toward sufficiency.  The initiative called “Pathway of Hope” works with families to develop action plans to move out of poverty.  The program was … Continued


Kettle Campaign Total

The Salvation Army raised a total of $66,913.99 for the bell ringing campaign of 2013.  “We could not have done this without the many volunteers who gave time to ring the bell,” noted Lt. Esteban Pommier, Corps Officer.  The monies … Continued