The social fun continues in Texas as we enter the fall social season. Below are 10 glam galas and signature fundraising events for you to have on your radar, and support, in the Lone Star state between September 16th and September 30th.
A recent afternoon at The Galleria in Houston brought out scores of fashionable Houstonians of all ages for what has become an annual back-to-school rite of passage. Those who turned out for the 11th annual “Back to School” fashion show hosted by MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital and The Galleria were treated to an afternoon of fun that got everyone back into the school spirit.
Recently, WiNGS Dallas hosted its event, Pop Fizz Clink – A WiNGS Fiesta, and was presented by Hudson Peters Commercial. The Cinco de Mayo-inspired brunch told the story of the women of WiNGS and raised funds to support WiNGS’ mission of empowering women, fighting poverty and impacting generations.
Over the course of two days in San Antonio, several hundred of the area’s most notable sociables, philanthropists, and community leaders turned out for an exceptional suite of fundraising events.
The JW Marriott in Austin was the recent setting for a night of great fun and philanthropy for a very worthy cause that was the final major event of the Spring social season in Texas’ Capital City.
The upcoming fall social season is so packed in Texas that we will be sharing twice-monthly posts through November. How cool is that? In fact, one even happens this year before the Labor Day holiday, so dust off your formal, cocktail, and festive-chic attire as we look at the Top 10 Texas galas and events to kick off the glam fall social season.
A picture-perfect summer night at the base of Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, was the recent setting capping off an incredible week of art and fundraising. Over 500 of the world’s most notable art patrons, collectors, and philanthropists were on hand for the 18th annual ArtCrush Gala. The event was the grand finale of the third annual Aspen Art Week featured great food, fantastic conversation, and fabulous art.
Tannahill’s Tavern in Mule Alley was the recent setting for the second annual event, THE BIG GOOD. Hosted by award-winning musician Leon Bridges and former TCU Football Coach Gary Patterson, the event drew hundreds of the area’s most notable and prominent philanthropists and sociables for an evening of fun that those fortunate enough to be a part of will not soon forget.
A gorgeous evening at the AT&T Hotel & Conference Center in Austin was the recent setting for a night that capped off a jam-packed day of fun and fundraising those fortunate enough to be a part of will not soon forget. In total, over 700 of the Capital City’s most notable sociables, philanthropists, and community leaders turned out for The One party hosted by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Southern Texas Chapter.
Houston’s Jesse H. Jones Center for the Performing Arts was the setting of one of the city’s most anticipated annual epicurean events while raising funds for a very important cause. A sold-out crowd of over 300 of the city’s most notable sociables, foodies, and philanthropists turned out for the annual Houston Symphony Wine Dinner & Collector’s Auction.