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2015 marks the 30th Anniversary of Saint John's Program For Real Change and they are painting the town red with their special red door campaign. More than 80 businesses have put up red doors to show support in the cause which will place homeless women and their kids in a safe environment, among other services. The program has changed the lives of 30,000 women and children over the years. On October 10 Saint Johns is hosting Party for Change, a black tie/red sock soiree featuring food by celebrity chef Michael Chiarello. Michelle Steeb, Program for Real Change CEO, and a program recipient, Brianna Johnson, join Mae with the details on the event.