A highlight of this year’s Pride Celebration at Fair Park this past weekend was 2021 Black Tie Dinner Senior Co-Chair Brad Pritchett‘s and Junior Co-Chair Terry Loftis‘ announcements about the 40th Annual Black Tie Dinner.
First, the event will be returning to the Sheraton Dallas on Saturday, November 13.
According to Brad, “After careful consultation with local officials, guidance from the CDC, multiple conversations with Sheraton leadership – along with the successful progress of vaccination rates, we look forward to being back in-person for our 40th Annual Dinner presented by BBVA.”
However, the guest list will be a bit less than years before.
As Terry explained, “Since hosting a safe dinner for our guests is our top priority, we will have limited tables available; becoming a corporate or individual sponsor is the best way to gain access. As always, we are extremely grateful for the support of our Black Tie Dinner supporters and becoming a sponsor will allow us to contribute as much funds as possible to our deserving 2021 beneficiaries.”
Proceeds from the dinner including the raffle of a Park Place Motorcars Mercedes-Benz will benefit the following non-profits: Human Rights Campaign Foundation, AIDS Services of Dallas, Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star, Cathedral of Hope United Church of Christ, Celebration Community Church, Coalition for Aging LGBT, Dallas Hope Charities, Equality Texas Foundation, Health Education Learning Project, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, Legacy Counseling Center, Northaven United Methodist Church, Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas, Promise House, Resource Center, Turtle Creek Chorale and Uptown Players Inc.
Sponsorship information is available here!