5th Annual Little Black Dress Party Photo Gallery

White-Wilson's Fifth Annual Little Black Dress Party was a huge success!

The White-Wilson Community Foundation (WWCF) hosted the Little Black Dress Party 5th Anniversary Black and White Gala on May 17th.

More than 400 party-goers toasted the night with Michelle Anchors, the event's honorary chair, enjoyed sweet treats from Bonne Vie Specialty Foods, bid on silent and live auctions items, were mesmerized by aerialists performing from Aerial Events and danced the night away.

The sold-out event raised over $40,000 for women in need of health care in Okaloosa County and the surrounding areas. All event proceeds benefit the White-Wilson Community Foundation's women's health initiative. Half of these funds will provide breast cancer screening and treatment to local women in need. The other half of the proceeds will be made available to local organizations through community grants.

The annual Little Black Dress Party was formed in 2010 to raise awareness of the importance of preventive health, early detection and treatment, and to support women in need of healthcare in our community. Since its formation, the event has raised over $165,000 for women's health initiatives.