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Dallas County Doing the Most Good Luncheon

An annual opportunity for community members to raise vital funds and awareness to support our North Texas neighbors in need.

The Salvation Army of North Texas’ signature fundraising event returns in fall 2022

 

Save the Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2022
Event Co-Chairs: Jean Hobby and Taylor Turner

The annual Doing the Most Good Luncheon will return on November 9, 2022 at the Hilton Anatole in the Chantilly Ballroom. Proceeds from the event help The Salvation Army of North Texas provide services to those combatting poverty, addiction, and homelessness in Dallas, Tarrant and Ellis, and Denton and Collin counties all year long.

Support from attendees and donors at events like the Doing the Most Good Luncheon enables The Salvation Army of North Texas, the largest social services provider in the region, to continue reaching every pocket of the region. Currently, its services cover 4,078 square miles at 19 locations across five counties, including at six shelters and senior living centers, three recovery programs, and 12 food pantries.


“We’re overjoyed to be able to gather again for the return of such an important fundraising event to support The Salvation Army of North Texas and our neighbors in need,” said Jean Hobby and Taylor Turner, luncheon co-chairs. “We encourage our supporters and previous luncheon attendees to join us in person this fall or make a donation to make a difference."