Seven decades of service

For 66 years, The Salvation Army’s Los Angeles Red Shield has sat in the heart of the city’s Pico-Union neighborhood, a crowded community just west of downtown long plagued by poverty and gang violence.

“There’s just a lot of history here,” says executive director Irene Lewis. “It’s been a refuge for so many children.”

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