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A Lilly Pulitzer Planner donated by Geraniums, A NEST Candle donated by Eggplant, & a fabulous Kate Spade flower necklace/ear ring set donated by Yarid's of Charleston! -
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2015 Girls Night Out Revealed


The "party with a purpose" is back, and this year, it's coming up roses!


The theme for the 2015 Girls Night Out event in Charleston is "Floral Fantasy." The other option party-goers had was "Welcome to the Jungle."

Girls Night Out raises money for the YWCA Resolve Family Abuse Center, to help women who find themselves in domestic violence situations. The organization offers 24/7 shelter, a crisis hotline and emergency intervention for victims of domestic violence.


Girls Night Out started back in 1998 with a series of small parties and has grown to an event that has thousands of women supporting each other through a night of sisterhood and fun.


There are plenty of ways to get involved ahead of the party.



Save The Date!

GNO 2015 Theme Reveal Party
April 23rd  •  6:00pm

Sunrise Mansion • 746 Myrtle Rd.

Law Office of Farmer Cline & Campbell

Vote today for the theme of your choice and a chance to win two tickets to GNO 2015! Then join us as we gather together to reveal the theme for this year and also announce the winner of the two tickets to this year's event! 

Thank you for all of your support!

Enjoy our time lapse video of the White Hot Soiree event.

Check out  2014 photos!


NorthGate is the ONLY Shuttle Post


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Please note that, while we are no longer taking reservations via online, you CAN still attend Girls Night Out TONIGHT! You are welcome to purchase your wristband at registration this evening (125.00), beginningat 5 pm at NorthGate Business Park.


AUGUST, 2014 - Day of Event

Fashions are white hot for Girls Night Out 

SUNDAY, JULY 27, 2014 - Sunday Gazette-Mail -    Morgan Robinson of Charming Charleston

Photos: Ben Robinson/Robinson Creative

“White hot” is certainly one way to describe the women behind this week’s powerhouse Girls Night Out event.


Girls Night Out: White Hot Soiree is hitting the capital city Aug. 2, and will once again take place at the Executive Air hangar at Yeager Airport. The event benefits the YWCA Resolve Family Abuse Program. An estimated 1,500 women will attend the summer’s biggest “party with a purpose,” dressed in sensational all-white attire. The party takes place from 5 to 10 p.m.; general admission passes cost $125.


To pull off an all-white ensemble, you’ll need the right hair, the right makeup and at least a little bronzer — not to mention the right outfit!


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Volunteers prep party favor bags for YWCA event 

THURSDAY, JULY 24, 2014 - Charleston Daily Mail

Photos: Allie Hughes/Daily Mail

Women gathered at the Sunrise Mansion offices of Farmer, Cline & Campbell on Wednesday evening to fill 1,000 gift bags with trinkets, prizes, treats, certificates and beauty supplies in a signature tote that will be a party favor at the annual Girls Night Out fundraiser, which will benefit the YWCA Family Resolve Abuse Program.


Planning for Girls Night Out, an all-volunteer effort, has been underway since January.


The fundraiser — themed ‘White Hot Soiree’ — is planned for Saturday, Aug. 2, as a private party at the Executive Air hangar at Yeager Airport.


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Food Guy: A 'White Hot Soriee' & red-hot food from the grill  

TUESDAY, JULY 22, 2014 - Charleston Daily Mail

If you’re one of the more than 1,000 women planning to attend this year’s 15th annual Girls Night Out celebration Aug. 2, you’re in for some pretty good eats, let me tell you.


This year’s “White Hot Soiree” will feature more than 15 local establishments serving up tasty plates to attendees. But even better, most of the vendors at this empowering event are female-owned businesses themselves.

“I am proud to say that 13 out of 16 vendors are female proprietors, or businesses operated by females,” said Sandy Call, who manages Bridge Road Bistro and serves as food organizer for Girls Night Out. “That’s women helping women through power, passion and purpose by raising funds and awareness to eliminate domestic violence.”


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Longtime YWCA employee is still hooked on helping people 

THURSDAY, JULY 17, 2014 - Charleston Daily Mail

Tina Manns remembers when times were so tight that she sometimes used her own money to buy bread and milk for abused women staying in a shelter.


“Girls Night Out is such a tremendous help and we’ve had various grants and donations,” she said. “It’s truly wonderful to know what we can help women with now.”


Girls Night Out, the annual women-only fundraiser that benefits YWCA Resolve Family Abuse Program, is set for 5 to 10 p.m. Aug. 2 at Executive Air at Yeager Airport.


About 1,000 women all dressed in white are expected to attend the event called “Girls Night Out White Hot Soiree.”


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Photo: Craig Cunningham/Daily Mail

Wednesday, June 18, 2014 -

CHIP ELLIS  |  The Charleston Gazette

Cathy Nutter | HOUSE OF LUXE

817 Quarrier Street

Caitlyn Nelson tries on a white cocktail jacket donated for an auction at the YWCA’s annual Girls Night Out fundraiser. The YWCA held a party Wednesday for the sponsors and volunteers of this year’s event, to be held Aug. 2 at a private hangar at Executive Air at Yeager Airport.

The Town Center Marriott in Charleston is joining with Girls Night Out by offering special room rates of $109.00 per night. Shuttle provided to and from event. You must book by 7/14/14 to receive group rate.

                      Book your room now! >>


Town Center Marriott has limited

GNO Special Room Rates

Verizon Wireless, Girls Night Out raise money to help
build playground, gazebo for domestic violence shelter

Wednesday, June 18, 2014 - Charleston Daily Mail

Debbie Weinstein, YWCA executive director, accepts a check for $25,000 for Girls Night Out from Carolyn Phillips, associate director of Verizon Wireless West Virginia, and Clayton Wile, Verizon district manager, Wednesday evening at Executive Air at Yeager Airport in Charleston.


Photo: Bob Wojcieszak/Daily Mail

A company already known for its support of domestic violence survivors gave $25,000 Wednesday to benefit young victims.


Verizon Wireless presented the grant to the YWCA at Yeager Airport. The money will be used to build a playground for an emergency shelter in the region.

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