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Morgan Stanley Pushes WIBC Radiothon Toward Goal with Big Pledge Joining the list of companies supporting The Salvation Army this year is Morgan Stanley, which has made a $5,000 pledge to help the 2016 WIBC Radiothon. Morgan Stanley is committed to philanthropic activities in...
Marietta Financial Services returns to help The Salvation Army reach its WIBC Radiothon goal of $250,000 in just 36 hours. Its Hour 3 sponsorship of $2,500 is the equivalent of 1,000 meals for hungry men, women and children in our community. Heather Showalter is live with Tony...
The title sponsor of the 22nd Annual WIBC Radiothon is once again our good friends at FasTrack Mechanical. Owner Mike Baugh is making a special on-air appearance during Hour 2 to talk about why his company is back to support The Salvation Army Bed and Bread Club. FasTrack...
The 22nd Annual WIBC Radiothon kicked off at 6:00 this morning in a 36-hour effort to raise $250,000 in support of The Salvation Army Bed and Bread Club. The first hour has been sponsored by the local Salvation Army Advisory Board. Board members are also volunteering in the...
Every winter we all get that feeling: the warmth of love, caring, and giving even against the bitter snaps of frost bitten nights. While most of us have the sharing of love with our friends and family down pat, sometimes it’s difficult to know how to reach beyond that immediate...
When Cindy started running, she didn’t know where she was going or how she would get there. Uncertainty was better than the violence that she faced every day at home, so she fled, finding herself in a new state and a new city with no friends, family or resources. When Cindy...
When our military veterans return home, they often find themselves fighting a new battle. Building a “normal” life after the horrors of war can be challenging, and for one Johnson County man, it proved too daunting a task to tackle on his own. Dale walked into the food pantry at...
By the time summer vacation comes to an end, most kids are bored and ready to get back to school. But for the kids who attend Day Camp at Fountain Square Corps on Indy’s east side, boredom is never a problem. The eight-week camp keeps their bodies and minds so engaged that the...
(As told by William Murphy) Our family’s connection with The Salvation Army goes back to the early 80s when I was first introduced to them through my association with the Northside Kiwanis Club. That particular club had a designated purpose every year to collect the most money...