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The Price of Freedom Gala is a military-inspired evening to benefit the Joshua Chamberlain Society's efforts to provide aid for severely wounded military service members and the families of killed-in-action members of our military. The evening will honor our current JCS heroes while raising funds that will allow us to support additional heroes.
For more information on the Joshua Chamberlain Society, please click here.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities, please click here.
The event will be held on February 9, 2019 at the Union Station St. Louis (1820 Market Street), from 6:30-11:30 P.M. The formal evening will include silent and live auctions, a seated dinner, and a premium open bar.
Dress Code: Cocktail Attire (Suits and Ties)
To book a hotel room at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton at the $131.00 event rate, please click here or call (314) 231-1234 and mention "Price of Freedom Gala" by January 20, 2019.
The Joshua Chamberlain Society ("JCS") is a grass roots 501(c)(3) federally tax exempt charity that was formed with the mission of providing long term support for Fallen and Wounded Military Heroes.
Our unique mission is that we adopt, in the truest meaning of that word, these veterans or the family of these deceased veterans, and commit to provide support for the long term. 5, 10, 20 or more years after the serviceman or woman has suffered grievous and permanent injuries, the veteran or their family will know that the citizens in their community still honor and recognize their enormous sacrifice for our freedoms. As their injuries or death is permanent, so is the support that we provide.