The best way to have an awesome event is by combining it with giving back.
When you give to our Benevolent Fund, we make sure that the money goes straight into helping those in need. Legal fees are expensive – but with your help, they can be donated free of charge!
The Little Black Dress Party was born out of a conversation between friends, over wine.
We have a love for events that are exciting, delightful, and fun, so we created the Little Black Dress Party. These events brings women together to celebrate their uniqueness while fundraising on behalf of an awesome cause: legal services for those who need it most! The signature Little Black Dress Party aspires to provide everyone with the opportunity to dress up & get out; at same time increasing awareness and inspiring them to give back.
Many women and children are left to face legal issues without any support from the system. These vulnerable group of people requires assistance with paying basic fees, which can be a barrier in times when they need help dealing with abuse at home or other traumatic events that change their lives forever.
The lack of options available for these women and children in need is especially apparent when it comes down to low-income earners who do not qualify financially for other services are caught in the continual cycle of financial struggle.
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.
The Little Black Dress Benevolent Fund
Founded in 2011, LBDP is a 501 (c) 3 charity that focuses on creating community awareness by bringing women together for fun events. 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 inspiring them to give back.
Who we serve with our Little Black Dress Party Benevolent Fund:
Women, children, and families in need of financial assistance with legal filing fees in the area of Family Law, Probate Law, Intellectual Property, and Real Estate Law.
Eligibility: Must live in the City of Kirkland/King County. Single Female, with or without kids ( A household of up to 3 that makes less than $3600/month).
To Qualify: Meets eligibility and referred from legal partners.
To Get Help: You must receive a referral from our Partner Law Firms. We do not accept self-referrals for these services. Eligibility is required through legal Partners.
Partner list: Dubois Cary Law Group, PLLC (Family Law), Krueger Beck, PLLC (Estate, Trust & Probate Law), (Intellectual Property Law), (Real Estate Law).
Washington State King County filing fees for an average case of 4 documents at $250 is $1000.
Get Help ->
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
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!
Kelly has a professional in the fitness industry for more than 20 years. Along with my passion for Wellness & Fitness, she has a passion for supporting local non-profits and contributing to our community. Nine years ago she started The Little Black Dress Party and holds fundraising events for local nonprofits focused on women, children, and families.
Britt has served on the LBD board since 2011. As a former police officer and a spouse of retired military, along with two sons who are currently serving their country, Britt is passionate about public service. Britt currently works as a travel destination specialist and in her free time she enjoys spending time with friends and family.
Danielle is a serial entrepreneur and has been creating and running businesses for over 25 years. She is the founder of Easy As Pie Design, a Website Design and Marketing Firm.
Julie Porter is a small business specialist. She's on a mission to make the business side of business a breeze for owners. Relentlessly helpful, she works with start-ups, expanding companies, and established businesses to develop and grow.
Ryan James is Gallery Director and Art Advisor at Ryan James Fine Arts. A champion for arts on the Eastside and beyond, Ryan serves on the Bellevue Arts Museum Board of Trustees, is the former Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission Chair, and serves on the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
Ryan won Best Community Volunteer in 2020 from the Kirkland Reporter.