The Texas Advocacy Project is celebrating 31 years of service at the 2013 Black & White Ball.
The Project's mission is to provide free legal services statewide to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. The Black & White Ball raises much needed funds so the Texas Advocacy Project can continue to provide these services free of charge and break the cycle of violence for thousands of Texans.
On Friday, October 18th at the Four Seasons, guests will enjoy live music, elegant hors d’oeuvres, and one of the city's most exciting live auctions of the year. This year's auction items include an autographed guitar from Willie Nelson, a package from Circuit of the Americas, a luxury trip to Napa Valley, and some incredible pieces from jewelry designer, David Yurman.
Get your tickets now to enjoy an elegant night out all for a great cause.
The 2013 Black and White Ball is proudly presented by:
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