The motto of the 100 Black Men of Greater Dallas/ Ft. Worth, is simple; they are devoted to improving the quality of life for African-Americans–particularly young males–in the Dallas/Ft Worth Metropolitan Area. Which is why I made it my point to grab my girls and support the Charity event at Lofty Spaces. The fundraiser asked people to bring toys for needy kids in the community.
I met my soror and newly appointed Judge Kim Cooks (right in photo) along with newly appointed Judge Andrea Martin (left in photo) at the event.
I also got a chance to take a few fun pics with my girls Elyssa and Taylor. I also took a picture with Frances Jaye, who was spinning great music and had some people on the dance floor doing line dances lol.
My highlight of the night was the yummy food, the appetizers were baked sweet potato bar, crabcakes and everyone enjoyed that and the free cocktails!
I will admit, I expected there to be more men at the event, it appeared as if the women outnumbered the men 10 to 1.
I'm told the orgazination is reaching out to get more men involved.
Overall, it was a success and great networking opportunity.
Check out the photos!