The History of the Red Dress

 

The Red Dress Party is a national event dedicated to creating awareness and visibility for the HIV/AIDS movement and raising funds for organizations that provide vital community services.  While it’s hard to trace the roots of a long standing tradition we’ll do our best to bring you the history of this grand standing event. In the early 1990’s two gentlemen were dating when they both contracted HIV/AIDS. To show their love and dedication they vowed when one of them passed away the other would attend their funeral adorned in a red dress. From this promise the concept of the Red Dress Party began. Currently there are Red Dress Parties all over the United States from Seattle, Portland, Las Vegas, Orlando, Dallas, Sacramento, Chicago and San Diego. 

OFFICE HOURS

Monday-Friday

9.00am-5.00pm

 

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ADDRESS

PO BOX 409147
Chicago, IL 60640
info@ChicagoRedDressParty.org

Tel: 855-955-LGBT

Tel: 630-386-5832
 

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       501(c)3 Organization

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