The Little Black Dress Party
Put on your
Little Black Dress
and join us for fun-filled events while supporting women and children in need.
and support women and children in need
First Annual Tea Party
Come to The Little Black Dress
Tea Party at Kirkland Women's Club
May 15th, 2022 1 pm - 3 pm
Kirkland Women's Club
407 First St.
Kirkland, WA 98033
Proceeds support the LBDP Benevolent fund.
Must be 21 years or older
We focus on creating community awareness by bringing women together for unique and fun fundraising events. These events benefit our Benevolent Fund that supports the legal services for women and children in need. The signature Little Black Dress Party aspires to provide an opportunity for women to get out, get dressed up and have fun, while at the same time increasing their awareness and inspiring them to give back.
How To Support
There's no better way to build awareness and involvement for your brand than at our event. We provide a unique, community-oriented experience that will align you with everyone else in attendance!
The Little Black Dress Party Benevolent Fund is an organization that positively impacts the lives of women in our community. These donations relieve stress and burden, allowing those we support to provide for themselves as well their family members with dignity intact!
Volunteering with Little Black Dress Party is an exciting way to help women, children. We have opportunities for you in our fundraising campaigns and special events. Join us today and be a part of something incredible!
“A great way for women of all ages to support a worthwhile cause while having a truly fun time!” – Kathy P
We’re not your average nonprofit! We have a unique goal to create fun, thought-provoking events for the local community in support of our Benevolent Fund.
The money from these fundraising campaigns goes towards providing legal fees which are given to those that need it most – all thanks to people like yourself who believe that women deserve justice and children shouldn’t suffer.
How we started
We all know that it’s not just about the dress. The “Little Black Dress Party” nonprofit came to be after a typical gathering of girlfriends (over wine, naturally!) discussing issues faced by women and children in need when there are so few options available for legal counsel – especially ones for lower-income or in emergency situations.