Families find hope, help at Red Shield Lodge

Families find hope, help at Red Shield Lodge
Josh Guess with his wife, Co-Chair Meredith Guess, Sheila and Claude Collier

The Salvation Army of North Florida celebrated its fourth annual Red Shield Ball at the Adam W. Herbert University Center at UNF, Oct. 14, with live music, dancing, an elegant seated dinner, and live and silent auctions. This year’s honorary chairs for the sold-out gala, which raised over $200,000, were Michael Ward and Jennifer Glock.

The annual event helps to grow programs and heighten awareness related to services offered at the area’s Red Shield Lodge, a shelter for women and families. One of the area’s longest serving nonprofits, the Salvation Army serves on average 150 families each year and, in any given year, more than 400 children are typically served.

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