A Night In White

July 13, 2017  

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm 

​Eighteenth Street Lounge

1212 18th Street NW Washington, D.C. 20036 

The White Dress Project - DMV Presents: A Night In White! Come dressed in white in honor of Fibroids Awareness Month and help us raise money to provide consistent support to fibroid sufferers and survivors. Hear the many stories of women who suffered from uterine fibroids and other women's health issues. Mix and mingle with health professionals that can answer your questions about your health. A Night In White is an event of empowerment as we work to take control of our health and be our own advocate! 

Please note: All photos taken during A Night In White maybe used for promotional purposes.  
A Night In White: General Admission (White Out Sale)
Sale Ends: Jul 13, 2017 4:00 PM EDT
For 24 hours, A Night In White tickets are only $10.00!! This ticket guarantees you general admission to A Night In White.
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White Dress Project DMV Donation
Feel free to donate to The White Dress Project - DMV if you cannot make the event. Your donation will help dozens of women who are personally affected by uterine fibroids. Thank you for your support!
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The White Dress Project, Inc.

The White Dress Project is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to raising funds for research, educating the public and raising awareness of uterine fibroids. Since its inception, the organization has galvanized thousands of men and women nationwide and assembled on the steps of the Georgia State Capitol in 2014 to receive a state proclamation declaring July as Fibroids Awareness Month. This was the first statewide recognition for fibroids awareness in the entire country. Other accomplishments include a Georgia House Resolution 612 passed in 2015 for a House Study Committee on Fibroids Awareness and Education resolutions from the City of New Orleans, the State of Florida, the State of New York, the State of Maryland, the State of South Carolina, and the District of Columbia. The White Dress Project has also been featured in national publications such as Essence Magazine and recognized nationally at Essence Festival as a featured EmpowerU panel.