Community: Project Transitions Hosts Silver Ball Gala


Project Transitions’ Doug’s House, a five-bedroom residential hospice for those in the final stages of AIDS-related illnesses in Central Texas, first opened its doors twenty-five years ago. Since then, members of the Austin community have made many contributions, from donations to volunteering, that has kept Doug’s House and other services a success. Powered by the work of volunteers, the nonprofit organization provides housing, hospice, and support in an attentive environment to those in need and continues to be a leading force in providing care to those living with HIV/AIDS. Join Project Transitions as they celebrate over two decades of success, support, and community impact at their annual Silver Ball gala.

Honoring its 25th anniversary, the organization hosts an evening filled with live music by Sentimental Journey and DJ BigFace, food catered by Word of Mouth Caterings, cocktails, live auctions, special entertainment, including a performance by the ZACH divas and the “After Glow” dance party (beginning at 9pm). Project Transitions will also pay tribute to honored guests, including philanthropists Bill Dickson, James Armstrong, Larry Connelly and many more.

Burning Question

Did you know Doug’s House is still the only HIV/AIDS hospice facility in Central Texas?


gala, glow, party, community, dance, cocktails


October 25, 6-11:30pm
Austin Music Hall
Tickets start at $250
After Glow Party tickets are $75