DAB in the community
The Dallas Autumn Ball goes beyond the best black tie event for young adults in Dallas; we engage the young adult community to become active in philanthropy and service. Your time and energy is all that is needed to make a difference, and our goal is to mobilize the energy and spirit of young professionals longing for a channel to become service-people.
Dallas Autumn Ball August Volunteer Day Party!
Saturday, August 6th: 9:45 AM
The Dallas Autumn Ball is providing a FREE opportunity for young adults to volunteer in West Dallas at Thomas A. Edison Middle School which will be followed by celebrating your charitable work with FREE appetizers and drink specials at Tacos and Tequila in Uptown!
At 9:45 AM, we will meet at Thomas A. Edison Middle School, which is just West of Downtown Dallas. We will be completing special school projects at the campus. Everything will be provided so all we need is three hours of your time and effort! Let’s help get this middle school in West Dallas looking good for the kids. Once we finish our volunteer work, we will head over to Tacos and Tequila in Uptown for some day partying to celebrate our hard work!
Thomas A. Edison Middle School
Dallas Autumn Ball Volunteer Event and Rock the Vote Party!
The Dallas Autumn Ball is excited to announce our next volunteer event at Lipscomb Elementary School in Lakewood! If you are a Millennial into giving back, today is especially unique because we are also throwing a “Rock the Vote” party at Next Door bar on McKinney Ave. after we are done volunteering to drive voter turnout for the Dallas ISD School Board election. Election day happens to be this Saturday, May 7th for the DISD School Board race!
We will complete a gardening project as well as other outdoor work at Lipscomb, and immediately following we will be at Next Door bar from 2:00 – 5:00 PM celebrating election day. We will also have Marquis Hawkins, the District 5 candidate (if you live in Uptown/Downtown/Design District/Oak Lawn/Oak Cliff then this is your district!), make an appearance to talk about why he is running. Marquis Hawkins is a Millennial and this will be a great opportunity to meet a candidate on election day!
Come out to volunteer and vote this Saturday, May 7th and really make a difference in your community! See you Saturday for an exciting day!
Lipscomb Elementary School
February 27th Volunteer Day Party
A diverse group of over 40 young professionals completed various landscaping projects at the St. Philip’s School and Community Center in South Dallas! Young leadership taking hold of the challenges and opportunities to impact Dallas!
St. Philip’s School and Community Center
august 15th BACK TO SCHOOL VOLUNTEER DAY PARTY
The new school year is just about underway, and the Dallas Autumn Ball is providing a FREE opportunity for young adults to volunteer in South Dallas at Harrell Budd Elementary followed by celebrating your charitable work with FREE appetizers and drink specials at Tacos and Tequila in Uptown. With school starting up, we need to get this wonderful elementary school in South Dallas ready for the new year!
Harrell Budd Elementary
JUNE 22ND VOLUNTEER DAY PARTY
We had a great gardening and landscaping project all around Booker T. Washington High School in Downtown Dallas to help get the school grounds looking good!
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
APRIL 4TH VOLUNTEER DAY PARTY
We had nearly 50 young adults show up on a beautiful Saturday morning to volunteer at Dade Middle School in South Dallas! So encouraging witnessing all of the young adults who are engaging themselves in the community. This amazing volunteer work was followed by food and drinks at Village Burger Bar in Uptown to celebrate our hard work!
IGNACIO ZARAGOZA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
FEBRUARY 7TH VOLUNTEER DAY PARTY
We had over 30 young adults spend their Saturday getting our hands dirty gardening, landscaping and cleaning at Ignacio Zaragoza Elementary in East Dallas on April 6, 2015. What a fun day giving back!
DADE BILLY EARL MIDDLE SCHOOL
DAB VOLUNTEER DAY PARTY
The Dallas Autumn Ball has been supportive of Stevens Park Elementary and Lorenzo de Zavala Elementary, two schools in the Project: Amplify program, by empowering young adults an opportunity to serve with a day of landscaping, painting, and assisting the schools in any way possible.