Attorneys Serving the Community’s Annual Luncheon Raised a Record Amount for its 2013 Beneficiary, Hope’s Door
By Amy Stewart Law
Amy Elizabeth Stewart, managing shareholder at Amy Stewart PC, along with Dena DeNooyer Stroh, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at Murchison Oil and Gas, co-chaired the 27th Annual Attorneys Serving the Community Luncheon at the Hilton Anatole on June 14, 2013. The fundraising efforts benefited Hope’s Door, a shelter and counseling center designed to break the cycle of domestic violence.
Attorneys Serving the Community (ASC) is a thriving organization of talented female attorneys committed to supporting local non-profits that serve women, children and families. “The dedication, creativity, and commitment of ASC members never ceases to amaze me,” says Ms. Stewart, reflecting on the past year’s achievements. The 2013 luncheon raised an astonishing $400,000 for the 2013 beneficiary, Hope’s Door. “I am so proud of our members and the difference we will help make in the lives of women, children, and families in North Texas.”
Ms. Stewart is the founding shareholder of Amy Stewart PC, a Dallas law firm that represents commercial policyholders in insurance litigation and related matters. An active member and passionate supporter of ASC since 1995, Ms. Stewart has held numerous leadership roles within the organization, including her two-year commitment as co-chair, which culminated with the 2013 luncheon. In addition to her work with ASC, Ms. Stewart serves on the board of directors of the non-profit Heart House and founded the Dallas women’s networking group, ConnectHer.
Hope’s Door Executive Director, Pat Tosi commented, “Amy’s dedication to ASC and Hope’s Door, as its beneficiary, was inspiring! Her energy and positive attitude were able to help motivate everyone involved in the luncheon. We are incredibly grateful to have been selected as the 2013 beneficiary and appreciate all of Amy’s hard work on behalf of our clients. The support of ASC will go a long way toward ending domestic violence in our area.”
Hope’s Door is a shelter and counseling center that offers comprehensive programs and services that are designed to help break the cycle of domestic violence. Hope’s Door provides direct intervention and prevention services to Texas families affected by domestic violence in Collin County, Dallas County, and surrounding areas. Hope’s Door is a registered 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit charitable organization.