Allison Sumner, Amy Adamson Anderson, Molly Slaton Russell, Rebecca Biglane Black, and Mary Katharine McCulloch Gill at the Huckleberry Foundation's Fall Luncheon 2015; photo courtesy of the Huckleberry Foundation's Facebook
Beautifully decorated tables for the Fall Luncheon 2015; photo courtesy of the Huckleberry Foundation's Facebook
The quote from The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, “Humans can be awful cruel to one another” does not ring true with the Dallas charity that partly shares Huckleberry Finn’s name. The Huckleberry Foundation of Dallas provides special needs children and their families with the financial assistance they need, and their modus operandi is all about being the good.
The nonprofit organization’s mission to help those with disabilities live to the fullest inspires many on a day to day basis to get involved with the cause. Thankfully, the annual, upcoming Be the Good Luncheon can be the first step for many to get their feet wet with the foundation.
Come for the fundraising, stay for the DJ. Did we mention there’s a fashion show, too?
This charity is worthy of an all day extravaganza, and Dallas seems to agree. Tickets are almost sold out.
What: Be the Good Luncheon benefiting the Huckleberry Foundation
When: This Friday, April 20
Tariff: Individual tickets start at $150 and can be purchased here.