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Family Compass announces Toni McReynoldsand Erin Pope as co-chairs for its North Star Luncheon presented by North Dallas Bank & Trust, an annual fundraiser to raise awareness on how to stop child abuse before it occurs, on Monday, April 25, 2022 at Dallas Country Club. 


“We are so thrilled to announce this amazing duo as the co-chairs for the fourth annual North Star Luncheon,“ said Ona Foster, CEO, Family Compass. “Both bring their incredible leadership, as well as a true passion for our mission to build healthy families and a strong North Texas community by preventing child abuse and neglect.  We look forward to welcoming the community in person for this important fundraiser that stops child abuse and neglect from happening and creates permanent, sustainable change and hope for a new and better future for children and parents in our community.”


Reynolds is executive vice president and director of finance for North Dallas Bank & Trust, in addition to serving as secretary on the Family Compass board of directors.  Pope is an active community volunteer and also serves as chief compliance and privacy officer at Golden Living.


The North Star Luncheon benefiting Family Compass, which coincides with April’s Child Abuse Prevention Month, will be held on Monday, April 25, 2022 at 11:30 a.m. at Dallas Country Club, located at 4155 Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, Texas 75205. The luncheon will include a seated lunch, a featured speaker to be announced in January and recognition of the 2022 North Star Award recipient.  Sponsorships and tickets are available starting January 27, 2022at


For more information regarding sponsorships, contact Chad Black, or 214.370.9810 x103.


About Family Compass

Family Compass is a non-profit agency that believes that every child has the fundamental right to a healthy family and environment, the opportunity to succeed in school and the capacity to experience life without violence. The mission of Family Compass is to build healthy families and a strong North Texas community by preventing child abuse and neglect.  This is accomplished through our two in-home mentoring programs and community based, educational programs for families that have elevated risk for child abuse.  These families often reside in the poorest communities throughout Dallas and Collin counties.  All of our programs are evidence-based, voluntary and free of charge.  Last year alone this organization kept 568 high-risk children out of the CPS system, which, at a cost of $830,000 per case of child abuse and neglect (according to the latest CDC research) resulted in a $472-million-dollar savings for our community. These children didn’t have to spend a single night on the floor of the CPS offices or enter the over-burdened foster-care system. For more information, visit 

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