In 2019, Project Beauty Share® raised

$ 0

at Evening en Blanc!

Thank you to all of our sponsors, volunteers, and attendees who helped make this dream of ours a reality and a huge success!

Stay tuned – registration is coming soon for Evening En Blanc 2020.

For more information, please contact us today!


Evening En Blanc was inspired by the elegant pop-up picnic originally held in Paris, and now hosted in outdoor public spaces in cities that span from London to Milan, Dubai, Tokyo, New York City and San Francisco.

While Evening En Blanc was inspired by the beauty and spectacle of the “Diner En Blanc” events held all over the world, it is not organized by “Diner En Blanc International” but rather Project Beauty Share; a non-profit organization serving women in the Inland Northwest.

Traditionally, the location of a “Diner En Blanc” is only revealed at the last minute and the event is by invitation only – leaving many community members not “on the list” left out. “Diner En Blanc” events also require guests to bring their own food, linens, plates and table décor.

Everyone is welcome at Spokane’s Evening En Blanc and guests merely need to buy their tickets. Hauling dishes or wine bottles across town is not necessary. Instead guests will be treated to a stunning white tablescape, an upscale picnic dinner, a silent auction and entertainment.

Guests outfitted in their sleek, flirty, elegant or outrageous all white outfits create some of the visual splendor of Evening En Blanc. We’re encouraging guests to have fun planning an all white outfit that stands out from the crowd.

We like to think Project Beauty Share helps give women a fresh start as they are transitioning from addiction to recovery, or from welfare to school or work. We love the idea that white symbolizes that fresh start.

What is Project Beauty Share?

Project Beauty Share provides personal hygiene, cosmetics and beauty products to non-profit organizations who serve women and families overcoming abuse, addiction, homelessness and poverty to help restore hope and dignity in their lives.

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