All tickets are non-refundable.
All tickets are non-refundable.
Privately funded and supported by the community, the historic Katy Trail is built on an old railroad line and has quickly become an iconic destination for the people of Dallas. The Friends of the Katy Trail organization is the principal fundraiser for the Trail. Through generous donations and private support from businesses and individuals, the Katy Trail remains in peak condition for residents and visitors alike to enjoy Dallas’ beautiful, natural trail.
The Dallas Margarita Society raises money in an effort to support the many local children’s charities in the North Texas Community. The Dallas Margarita Society became a 501-c(3) non-profit charitable organization in 1978. And in 1979, the Directors decided to target the At-Risk Children by asking all guests in attendance to bring a toy as a donation. This was the beginning of the legacy and has now become the largest Black Tie Charity in the world.
Leukemia Texas is an independent nonprofit corporation dedicated to fighting the life-threatening blood cancer of leukemia through the funding of leukemia research and patient aid in Texas.
Through its Patient Aid program, Leukemia Texas provides financial assistance to leukemia patients needing help with their necessary treatment expenses. This program currently serves hundreds of children and adults each year. The Leukemia Texas Research program awards grants for research to develop new and improved methods of treatment and which may ultimately lead to a cure for leukemia.
Their mission is to bring joy to homeless children through the magic of birthdays. JOY changes lives and it takes a team to put on an amazing birthday party. Their monthly celebrations are more than a party. They are a loud exclamation point that children matter; that JOY can come out of any circumstance, and a JOYful community can transform society.
The Birthday Party Project do what they do because they are passionate about people.
Animal Rescue of Texas is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue organization. As a foster-based rescue organization they do NOT have a shelter and keep animals in foster homes. ART has a group of amazing foster parents who open up their homes to provide these babies a safe, loving, and caring environment while find them great forever homes.
The process starts with an adoption application to get to know your needs and wants in an animal companion. Contact them at: email@example.com
Kidd’s Kids mission is to elevate the quality of life through human enrichment experiences for families that have children with life-altering conditions. It is a charity devoted to families touched by tragedy or disease, families who rarely see a smile on their children’s faces, families who struggle with serious economic strangleholds due to the high cost of medical care and deserve a few days of happiness.
The mission of Ronald McDonald House is to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and wellbeing of children. Guiding them in their mission are the core values focusing on the critical needs of children, celebrating the diversity of their people and programs, and leading with compassion.
Ronald McDonald House is the catalyst to create a world where children have access to quality health care and their families are able to better comfort and support them while actively participating in their care. It is a home away from home to keep parents and children together.
The Samaritan Inn is a comprehensive program that teaches self-sufficiency and life skills to meet the needs of individuals and families experiencing homelessness. They help willing people gain dignity and independence. On a typical night, approximately 160 people sleep at the Inn, of which 60 are children.
All services and support are provided free of charge through funding made from donations by churches, service groups and organizations, corporations and individuals. The Samaritan Inn is a member of the United Way of North Texas.
Dallas DogRRR is a group of dedicated, animal-loving volunteers who support the abandoned dogs of Dallas, Texas, by collecting supplies, paying vet bills, locating foster families, facilitating adoptions, and advocating for a more hopeful future.
They have no administrative fees; no one is on payroll. Every single cent that is donated goes directly to paying for vet bills and food/supplies for rescued dogs, as well as for boarding (for those that don’t have fosters). They are simply a group of animal loving volunteers motivated by the inspiring rescue stories that happen for them every day!