Sarah Claire Corrigan and Emily Hill join us as co-chairs of this year’s Interfaith Auxiliary Luncheon. The two friends, who met in college at Southern Methodist University, are devoted community volunteers with a heart for helping children and their families. After touring Interfaith, they were immediately drawn to the organization’s mission to help families in crisis break the cycle of poverty. An event planner with TSA Groups, LLC and a former public school elementary teacher, Emily and Sarah Claire are planning a memorable and inspiring luncheon at the Dallas Arboretum’s Rosine Hall to support Interfaith.
“After the pandemic, there has been so much hardship for so many families in Dallas. Now more than ever, it’s important to help,” said Sarah Claire. Emily added, “As moms and as citizens of Dallas, we want to be part of the solution so families can access this incredible service if they need it.”
In the past, they have both served on the committee for Trains at NorthPark benefiting Ronald McDonald House and on the host committee for Clayton Dabney Foundation, supporting children with cancer. Individually, they have each volunteered with organizations supporting children’s causes, including Emily’s work with Elizabeth Toon Charities and the Birthday Party Project and Sarah Claire’s work with Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center and the Women’s Auxiliary of Children’s Medical Center Dallas.