LUBBOCK, Texas – United Supermarkets pledged this month $150,000 over the next three years to support The Salvation Army’s Red Shield Home Transitional Living program, which includes emergency shelter, transitional shelter and transitional housing. The United pledge represents a lead gift of $50,000 each of the next three years to fund renovations of the Red Shield Home's Transitional Housing program. The planned renovations include four buildings that will serve as independent living ...

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