Black Tie Ambassador

FAQ

What is Black Tie Dinner? 

Black Tie Dinner began as a small fundraising dinner among friends in 1982. Since then, it has grown into the largest fundraising dinner in the nation for the LGBTQ community. Each year, Black Tie Dinner fundraises for up to 20 North Texas non-profit organizations, as well as for our national beneficiary, the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. To date, Black Tie Dinner has distributed over $25 million dollars to a wide variety of organizations serving the needs of the LGBTQ community. Black Tie Dinner is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

What's Black Tie Dinner’s Mission Statement?

Black Tie Dinner is a non-profit organization that raises funds for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) supportive organizations serving North Texas through a premier event of empowerment, education and entertainment in partnership with the community.

How will my donation be used?

Each year, the Black Tie Dinner Board of Directors selects up to twenty North Texas beneficiaries and one National beneficiary, the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, to receive proceeds from that year's fundraising. To date, Black Tie Dinner has distributed over $25 million to our beneficiaries.

What's a Black Tie Dinner Beneficiary? 

Our beneficiaries are the reason we fundraise. These are non-profits who are providing resources and support to the LGBTQ community. To read more about our beneficiaries, please visit blacktie.org/beneficiaries

Why should I donate to Black Tie Dinner? 

By donating to Black Tie Dinner, you support a wide variety of resources and services that our beneficiaries provide to the LGBTQ Community. Find more about our diverse set of beneficiaries at blacktie.org/beneficiaries

What happened to Table Captains? 

Because we are not having a traditional in-person, sit down dinner for 2020, Black Tie Ambassador is taking the place of the Table Captain program. We still need your help raising funds, so gather up your Team and let’s get started!