Texas Advocacy Project’s Black & White Ball Raises $1 Million

The JW Marriott in Austin was the recent setting for the Capital City’s newest million-dollar annual fundraiser. Over 450 of the city’s top philanthropists, sociables, and community leaders for the Texas Advocacy Project’s 17th Annual Black & White Ball. The night featured a dazzling mix of fun and fundraising that included touching tributes, emotional testimonials, and a record fundraising haul.

Houston SPCA’s Howling Good Time

The Houston SPCA Equine and Rescue Arena was the recent setting for one of the state’s most anticipated Halloween parties for a very worthy cause. Over 400 of the city’s most notable sociables, philanthropists, community leaders, and animal lovers turned out for the annual Howl-O-Ween Ball benefiting the Houston SPCA.

Austin: Champions Helping Children

The JW Marriott Hotel in Austin was the recent setting for an afternoon of fun and fundraising for one of the most anticipated luncheons in the Capital City of the fall. The Helping Hand Home’s 24th annual Champions for Children Awards Luncheon brought out over a thousand sociables and community leaders in an afternoon that featured great friends, touching tributes, and a beloved University of Texas Football alum who was honored for his tireless work for children’s causes.

Defender Service Awards Announced in Somerville, Texas

Defender recently honored contemporary heroes by unveiling the recipients of the third annual ‘Defender Service Awards,’ sponsored by CHASE. This celebratory event took place at Destination Defender in Somerville, Texas, showcasing the remarkable efforts of nonprofits in the US and Canada that embody the Defender ethos as a symbol of liberty.

Dallas’ Icons Of Texas Trailblazers

The Hilton Anatole in Dallas was the recent setting for one of the state’s largest and most well-attended annual luncheons. Over 700 of the city’s most notable philanthropists, sociables, and community leaders turned out for the 27th annual Texas Trailblazers Luncheon, hosted by The Family Place. The afternoon featured touching tributes and words from a cultural icon that those on hand will remember long after the festivities ended.

Austin’s Havin’ A Ball At The Bandana Ball

The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum was the recent setting for one of the Capital City’s longest-running and most beloved Fall social events. The Ronald McDonald House of Central Texas’ 34th Annual Bandana drew several hundred of the city’s most notable sociables and community leaders for a festive night of fun that those fortunate enough to be a part of will not soon forget.