Everybody cut loose – footloose! The 13th annual No Tie Dinner & Dessert Party, presented by The Purple Foundation, is set for Saturday, April 7, at Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas. It’s AIDS Services of Dallas’ largest fundraiser.
The theme is A Night to Remember, reminiscent of a 1980s prom. It will feature the classic balloon arch, boutonnieres and corsages and a live 1980s cover band. Festivities will start at 7 p.m.
Costs are $75 for general admission and $150 for VIPs tickets. For information and to purchase tickets, visit www.notiedinner.org.
“The vision for this year’s event is not only to have fun getting dressed up in 80s fashion and dancing the night away, but to be a night to reflect on the inspirational and life-saving work ASD has done for over 30 years for those in the Dallas community living with HIV/AIDS,” stated Leslie Frye, No Tie chair, in a press release.
It also will support ASD’s A Night of Housing campaign.
“The cost for one resident for one night is only $40.73. We rely heavily on No Tie and its generous attendees to donate an additional one night of housing or more so that we can provide our residents with the dignity of a place to call home,” stated Don Maison, ASD president and CEO, in the release.
In addition to housing, ASD, the largest HIV/AIDS housing provider in the State of Texas, also provides case management, medical case management, transportation and meals.