Black Tie Dinner's 2014 Beneficiaries
Each year, the Black Tie Dinner Board of Directors selects up to 20 North Texas beneficiaries and 1 National beneficiary, the
Human Rights Campaign Foundation, to receive proceeds from that year's dinner. To date, Black Tie Dinner
has distributed over $17 million for our beneficiaries.
AIDS Arms, Inc. assists men, women and youth in accessing the healthcare, resources and support necessary to successfully manage the challenges of living with HIV/AIDS.
AIDS Interfaith Network
AIN is a multicultural, community-based, non-profit, HIV/AIDS service organization that offers both care services and HIV prevention programs.
AIDS Outreach Center
AOC is the most highly utilized non-medical referral destination for people living with HIV/AIDS in Greater Tarrant County and the surrounding areas.
AIDS Services of Dallas
ASD is Texas’ largest licensed provider of service-enriched housing for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS.
Celebration Community Church
Celebration Community Church is made up of people just like you who share a common passion to grow in their love for Jesus Christ.
Congregation Beth El Binah
Beth El Binah is a Reform Jewish synagogue serving the Oak Lawn area of Dallas, with an outreach to the LGBT community.
Equality Texas Foundation
Equality Texas Foundation conducts research and educates Texans about policies and their effect on Texans of all sexual orientations and gender identities/expressions.
Human Rights Campaign Foundation
Through research, educational efforts and outreach, the HRC Foundation encourages LGBT Americans to live their lives openly and seeks to change the hearts and minds of Americans to the side of equality.
Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund
Lambda Legal is committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, and people with HIV/AIDS through impact litigation, education, and public policy work.
Legacy Counseling Center
Legacy Counseling Center provides mental health counseling and treatment to individuals in the North Texas area living with HIV.
Legal Hospice of Texas
Legal Hospice of Texas provides free legal assistance on health related civil matters to low income persons with HIV, AIDS and terminal illnesses.
Northaven United Methodist Church
Northaven seeks to embody the love of God in its congregation and welcome persons of all races, sexual orientations, and economic circumstances.
Resource Center creates awareness, fosters understanding, and fulfills needs of the gay and lesbian community through education, health, and social programs that are available to all people.
Turtle Creek Chorale
The mission of the Turtle Creek Chorale is to entertain, educate, unite and uplift our audiences through music distinguished for its innovation, diversity and artistic excellence.
Uptown Players, Inc
Uptown Players presents professional theatre that meets a rising demand in the community for audiences to see a wide diversity of life experiences represented on stage. Productions include plays and musicals with contemporary and alternative lifestyle themes. Uptown Players is the largest GLBT themed regional theater in the nation.
Women's Chorus of Dallas
The Women's Chorus of Dallas promotes the strength, diversity and joy of women by performing high quality music to entertain, inspire and serve the community.