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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.

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

 

Save the Date: Wednesday, March 9, 2022
Event Co-Chairs: Christie Carter and Margaret Hancock
Underwriting Co-Chairs: Sarah Losinger and Clay Smith

Following two years of canceled signature fundraising events due to the pandemic, The Salvation Army of North Texas is returning its Doing the Most Good Luncheon in 2022. Stephanie Land, New York Times bestselling author, will be the keynote speaker at the event on March 9, 2022. Tickets are now available for purchase.

Stephanie Land is a passionate advocate for vulnerable populations living, working, and raising their families while experiencing food and housing insecurity in the United States. She knows their story firsthand: In her bestselling memoir “Maid,” which inspired the Netflix limited series, Land sheds light on the struggles of domestic abuse and navigating life as a single mother in poverty. Land’s raw story is like many of the untold stories of hardworking North Texans fighting to make ends meet every day.

The reality is that thousands of North Texans are still recovering from pandemic poverty: the economic instability brought by COVID-19. According to the Census Bureau Household Pulse Survey, 660,000 North Texans expected someone in their household to have a loss in employment or income earlier this year, an estimated 319,000 North Texans are behind on rent or mortgage payments, nearly 200,000 are at risk of eviction or foreclosure, nearly 400,000 are experiencing food insecurity, and more than 1 million are unable to pay their energy bills.

Proceeds from the fundraising event will help us provide services to those combatting poverty, addiction, and homelessness in Dallas, Tarrant and Ellis, and Denton and Collin counties all year long.


“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 Christie Carter, luncheon co-chair. “We encourage our supporters and previous luncheon attendees to join us in person next spring or make a donation to make a difference,” said Margaret Hancock, luncheon co-chair.