NorthPark Center’s Luxury Ambassador program celebrates “ambassadors”, Dallas’ top influencers who are also dedicated philanthropists. The program merges the worlds of fashion, art and humanitarianism. NorthPark’s chosen few embody a rare kind of style.

In January, the program announced its list of 13 ambassadors. These women were hand-selected for their philanthropic contributions in a broad range of areas. One of these ambassadors, Kathryn Hall, sat down for an interview with PaperCity Magazine and described her passion for philanthropy, as well as her inspiration and daily life. Hall was one of the four founders of the North Texas Food Bank. Since its creation, the network has grown, continuing its mission to fight against hunger in North Texas.

When asked why the crusade against hunger was so important to her, Hall said, “The North Texas Food Bank has been a part of my life since almost my first days in Dallas. Friends and I founded this wonderful organization in 1981, perhaps naively thinking we could solve the problem of hunger in North Texas in a few years.” The organization has made major steps in ending hunger in North Texas, providing access to almost 72 million meals last year alone. To donate to the North Texas Food Bank, click here.

NorthPark Center featured an art exhibition through March that featured paintings of each of the chosen women. You can see the full list of inspiring women here.

 


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