2018 HONORARY CHAIRS - CHRIS AND EWA RUYAN

 

2017 HONORARY CHAIRS - DR. AND MRS. DOUGLAS RIGBY

"We believe that all women deserve access to life-saving health services, and we are thankful for those who share this belief and have joined us tonight. Over the past 8 years, we have seen this event continue to grow and have greater and greater impact in our community. There is no doubt that the Little Black Dress Party is changing our community for the better."

- Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Rigby

 

 

 

2016 HONORARY CHAIRS - DR. WILLIAM AND MRS. PAM BURDEN

"The Little Black Dress Party is not only a fun night, but an evening to support women in our local community. We firmly believe that all women deserve access to essential health services like mammograms, breast cancer treatment and emergency rape treatment. By coming together, we can make these services available to women in need and fill the gaps that so many find themselves falling through."

- Dr. William and Mrs. Pam Burden

 

 

 

2015 HONORARY CHAIRS - MIKE AND YVONNE FREEMAN

"Our family, like so many others, has been impacted by breast cancer and we understand the importance of preventive care in the fight. Access to health services and treatment is the key and something all women deserve. We are proud to be a part of this important cause and to help impact the lives of women in our community. Together, we can ensure that all women in our community receive the care and treatment necessary to win the fight."

- Mike and Yvonne Freeman

 

 

 

2014 HONORARY CHAIR - MICHELLE ANCHORS

"I do not think there are many absolute truths, but I do believe absolutely that every woman in Northwest Florida deserves basic healthcare. Not all women are getting what they need, and we can do better. The White-Wilson Community Foundation is helping us, as a community, to do better. The Foundation's Little Black Dress party is a festive occasion, but the purposes it serves and the people it ultimately helps are serious. We can enjoy a beautiful evening raising funds for these women, but more importantly, we can celebrate that we are helping provide the education and care needed to keep them as healthy workers, mothers and volunteers right here, in our little corner of the state."

- Michelle Anchors