The newly formed White-Wilson Community Foundation sets the stage for the 4th Annual Little Black Dress Party to be held on
Saturday, May 18, 2013 at 6 p.m. at the Emerald Coast Convention Center. The annual fundraiser was formed by White-Wilson in 2010 to raise money for local charities and to help raise awareness and education on the importance of preventive healthcare.
Open seating tickets are $65 and preferred
seating tickets are $75, with 100% of the proceeds will benefit the local chapters of the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association, Shelter House, Opportunity Place and the new White-Wilson Community Foundation!
The event will feature a new twist on the fashion show, casino gambling, live and silent auctions, music, dancing, heavy hors d'oeuvres, one drink ticket and a cash bar!
Think long strings of pearls, feathers, boas and headbands for the ladies, and gangster inspired suites and fedoras for the gentlemen. This is a great evening for a wonderful cause, and we hope to see you all there as we work together to promote good health!
Annual Little Black Dress Party Location
Emerald Coast Convention Center
1250 Miracle Strip Pkwy SE
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
For Little Black Dress Party Guests Ramada
Plaza Beach Resort 1500 Miracle Strip Pkwy SE
Across The Street From Emerald Coast Convention
Little Black Dress Party Tickets
Purchase your Little Black Dress Party tickets using our secure payment processing. Open seating is available for $65 a ticket. This year, reserved seating is also available for an additional donation of $10 per ticket. Reserved seating guarantees that your party will be seated together at the event. Corporate Tables of 10 include reserved, premium seating and are available for $650. For additional sponsorship
Tickets are now only available at the door. We may sell out so come early!
are photos from the 2012 Little Black Dress
The 2012 event raised approximately $40,000 for local women’s charities!
View fun photo booth photos on the White-Wilson
Browse through photos of the past events...2011
event proceeds benefit Shelter House, Opportunity, Inc., and the local chapters of The American Heart Association,
The American Cancer Society and the new White-Wilson