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Thank you to everyone who supported the 2024 Children's Hope Dinner and the work of Orphan Outreach!

Together, we raised more than $700,000!

Your generosity will provide thousands of children around the world with life-changing care. And you are equipping Orphan Outreach to provide MORE care to MORE children in the future!
This year’s Children’s Hope Dinner was truly a celebration of hope. We were inspired by Tony Dungy, Scott Hanson, and Geoff Moore.
The Pogue Family Foundation was honored as the Mike Douris Children’s Hope Award recipient for its global impact on the lives of children and families, and Candace Stark received the Paula Hayes Service Award for her lifetime of volunteer service.
Thank you for the difference you continue to make in the lives of orphaned and vulnerable children around the world! You are indeed restoring hope! 

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Left to right (above): Stacy Jo Moore, Karen Moore, Event Founder and Dallas Philanthropist, Jimmy Westcott, NFL Legend, Tony Dungy, Event Advisor, Carol Seay, and Tim Chapman.


Pogue Family Foundation Members, Blair Pogue and Cristin Pogue, NFL Legend, Tony Dungy, and Dallas Real Estate Broker, Douglas Newby.

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Left to right: NFL Legend, Tony Dungy, Five-time Super Bowl champion and former Dallas Cowboys linebacker, Charles Haley, Host of NFL RedZone, Scott Hanson.


Left to right: Orphan Outreach Co-Founder and SVP of Development, Tiffany Taylor Wines, Host of NFL RedZone, Scott Hanson, and Orphan Outreach Co-Founder and SVP of Strategic Partnerships, Amy Norton.


Left to right: Master of Ceremonies, Scott Hanson and Special Guest and NFL legend, Tony Dungy on stage during their Q&A.


Left to right: Orphan Outreach President Emeritus and Current Board Member, Mike Douris and Orphan Outreach Board Member and Pogue Family Foundation member receiving Mike Douris Children’s Hope Award, Blair Pogue.


Left to right: Co-Chair,Sharon Jones, Jonathan Norton, Co-Chair,Brad Jones,Master of Ceremonies,Scott Hanson, Wilson Jones, Coleman Jones,Orphan Outreach Co-Founder and SVP of Strategic Partnerships,Amy Norton, Madeleine Norton, and Tommy Stewart.


Left to right: Chairs for Children’s Hope Dinner,Brad and Sharon Jones, andMusical Guest and Christian singer and songwriter,Geoff Moore.

The Children’s Hope Dinner provides urgently needed funds that support Orphan Outreach, a non-profit ministry serving thousands of orphaned and vulnerable children around the world by providing educational, emotional, physical and spiritual care.

Since its inception, the Children's Hope Dinner has raised more than $3 million for children in need.

The Mike Douris Children’s Hope Award recognizes individuals and organizations in the community whose leadership reflects the spirit and mission of Orphan Outreach. Recipients of this honor provide a source of inspiration to others, and demonstrate a commitment to shaping the lives of vulnerable children around the world.

The Paula Hayes Service Award honors individuals and organizations for faithful volunteer service to orphaned and vulnerable children, both at home and around the world. 


Tony Dungy - Special Guest

Tony Dungy is a former professional football player and coach who became the first African American head coach to win the Super Bowl. After playing college ball for the University of Minnesota, Dungy played three seasons in the National Football League for the Pittsburgh Steelers and San Francisco 49ers. Beginning his coaching career in 1980, Dungy served as head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Indianapolis Colts. He guided the Colts to a Super Bowl victory in 2007, and is one of only four men in NFL history to win a Super Bowl as both a player and head coach, joining Mike Ditka, Tom Flores and Doug Pederson.

Since stepping down as head coach of the Colts, Dungy has worked as an analyst for NBC's "Football Night in America” and as spokesperson for the national fatherhood program, All-Pro Dad. Off the field, Dungy is also renowned as a best-selling author and for his contributions to the community – both for civic and charitable causes. A committed Christian, he and his wife, Lauren, have been married 41 years and have co-authored ten children’s books in addition to Uncommon Marriage and Uncommon Influence. They are the parents of 11 children and have fostered more than 100 children.

EVENT CO-CHAIRS Sharon and Brad Jones
EVENT FOUNDER Jimmy Westcott
ORPHAN OUTREACH BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Glen Brechner, Rey Diaz, Craig DiGiovanni, Sandra Doty, Mike Douris, Cindy Easley, Bryan Larson, Blair Pogue, Cobi Porter, Joyce Rogge, Wilson Williams