According to the 8th Annual Interfaith Auxiliary Luncheon Co-Chairs Emily Hill and Sarah Claire Corrigan,
“This holiday season, our wish is for Dallas families in financial crisis to be able to make fresh starts and create lifelong independence. You can make our wish come true by joining us on Friday, April 28, at the beautiful Dallas Arboretum’s Rosine Hall for the 8th Annual Interfaith Auxiliary Luncheon benefiting Interfaith Family Services.
“Interfaith Family Services helps single mothers and their children get back on their feet and break the cycle of poverty. After the pandemic, there has been so much hardship for so many families in Dallas, where devastatingly, one in four children lives in poverty. Now more than ever, we believe it’s important to help. As moms and Dallas residents, we invite you to join us in being part of the solution, so families can access this incredible service if they need it.
“When you help us make this wish come true, you’ll also get to enjoy a wonderful wine reception and a hopeful, inspiring luncheon, surrounded by the beauty of the Dallas Arboretum in full bloom. NBC 5’s Meredith Land is once again generously donating her time and talent to emcee the event, where you’ll get to hear from an Interfaith graduate who will share how she overcame hardship with the organization’s help. Plus, you’ll get to celebrate the lovely Peggy Sewell, Jacquelin Sewell Atkinson and Josie Sewell, who are the luncheon’s honorary co-chairs.
“Make our wish come true today! Become a sponsor. Purchase a ticket. Better yet, organize a group of friends to purchase a table together. For more information on tickets or sponsorship, visit https://interfaithdallas.org/8th-annual-auxiliary-luncheon/ or contact Theresa Pilgrim at 469.828.1829.”
* Photo credit: John Cain ** Graphic provided by Interfaith Family Services