Jason Witten with Children's Hope Award Recipients Allie Beth and Pierce Allman
The recent 6th Annual Children’s Hope Dinner benefiting Orphan Outreach was a tremendous success, raising more than $400,000 for the non-profit ministry’s programs serving thousands of orphaned and vulnerable children throughout the world.
The special evening, which took place April 9, at the Hyatt Regency Dallas, featured a touching keynote by child advocate Jason Witten, also known as beloved Dallas Cowboys tight end and former color analyst for ESPN Monday Night Football. NFL RedZone host Scott Hanson served as master of ceremonies. Allie Beth and Pierce Allman were honored with the 2019 Children’s Hope Award for their extraordinary impact and commitment to philanthropy. Allie Beth has earned legendary status within the real estate industry, while maintaining consistent community civic leadership with her husband and business partner Pierce. Bev Berry and Alan Vuckovich served as event chairs. Carol Seay served as event advisor for the annual event, originally founded by Orphan Outreach supporter Jimmy Westcott.
“We are incredibly grateful to all who came out for this special evening supporting our important work to provide children with the physical, educational, spiritual and emotional care they so desperately need,” said Mike Douris, president of Orphan Outreach. “We invite anyone who missed the dinner to contribute by becoming a James 127 Advocate, helping us to send hope where it is needed most. With this, you tell the world ‘I stand for orphans.” You tell a child, ‘I stand for you.’”
Learn more about Orphan Outreach and becoming a 127 Advocate at OrphanOutreach.org.