The Salvation Army of Bell County is hosting the 2019 “Doing the Most Most Good” dinner on Nov. 12 at the Hilton Garden Inn on 1749 Scott Blvd. in Temple. Doors open for the event at 6:30 p.m. with the event starting at 7 p.m.

This event is an annual fundraiser to support the Salvation Army services in Bell County.

Riney Jordan, a long-time educator, author, and international speaker, will be the guest speaker at this event. Jordan worked in both classroom and administration in the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District. He also writes a monthly column for the Texas School Business Magazine. 

The Salvation Army is an international faith-based, non-profit organization that provides emergency disaster relief and humanitarian services in more than 130 countries. The Salvation Army of Bell County serves families in need at facilities in Temple and Killeen.

Drayton McLane, Jr. has offered to match every dollar donated by community members and businesses up to $200,000 at this event.

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The McLane Center of Hope location in Temple has a men’s, women's and family shelter. Meals, housing, laundry facilities, and many other services and programs are provided for clients each day.

A $50 donation can sponsor a client for one day in the rehousing program, including all regular services. A donation of $10 daily will cover the cost of food for one client, as well as food for community members needing assistance from the food pantry. A donation of $20 each day provides case management for one client and the McLane Center of Hope Rehousing Program. A donation of $4,500 will cover the cost of one client for a 90-day stay. 

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