Sept. 12

12th Annual Red Dot Art Spree with Women and Their Work

What: Explore works by some of Texas' best artists that are being sold for $750 or less; plus, there will be a silent auction, bites and drinks.

Cost: Tickets are $100-$125; sponsorships start at $500.

Where: Women and Their Work, 1710 Lavaca St.

Information: womenandtheirwork.org/upcoming/red-dot-2019

Sept. 21

Emancipet's 20th-Anniversary Gala

What: The first-ever gala for Emancipet will have dinner, an awards program and an after-party featuring performances by Alejandro Escovedo and DJ Girlfriend ATX.

Cost: Sponsorships start at $2,500; after-party tickets range from $50-$200.

Where: The Line Austin, 111 E. Cesar Chavez St.

Information: emancipet.org/events/gala

Sept. 26

The Dream Come True Foundation’s Disco Dreams

What: Cocktails, silent auction, dinner, program and dancing, with award for best dressed in 1970s-’80s disco attire; benefiting Dream Come True programs

Cost: $150 individual tickets; sponsorships start at $1,000.

Where: Ironwood Hall, 505 E. Seventh St.

Information: dctf-austin.org/events

Sept. 27

TribFeast: A Dinner to Support Nonprofit Journalism

What: Best-selling author and historian Michael Beschloss — one of the most celebrated and thoughtful commentators on the institution of the presidency — will be the guest at this year’s TribFeast, in conversation with Texas Tribune CEO Evan Smith.

Cost: $500 individual ticket; sponsorships start at $2,500.

Where: Brazos Hall, 204 E. Fourth St.

Information: eventbrite.com/e/tribfeast-a-dinner-to-support-nonprofit-journalism-registration-60714347247

Oct. 4

Imagine a Way’s Eighth Annual Touch the Stars Gala

What: Join Imagine a Way, which helps provide much-needed funding for early intervention and therapies for young children with autism, for an evening that changes lives, featuring a live and silent auction and more.

Cost: $250 individual tickets; sponsorships are $2,500.

Where: InterContinental Stephen F. Austin Hotel, 701 Congress Ave.

Information: imagineaway.org/page/2019gala

Oct. 12

HC4A Gala

What: Hindu Charities for America's benefit raising money for economically disadvantaged Austin-area students will have a "Dancing With the Stars" component, silent auction, cash bar, Indian dinner and a dance floor.

Cost: Sponsorships start at $500.

Where: Crowne Plaza Austin, 6121 N. Interstate Hwy 35

Information: hc4a.org/hc4agala

Oct. 17

2019 Bridging the Gap Gala with New Milestones Foundation

What: The annual event that raises money to enhance and expand programs and services for substance use disorders features keynote speaker Brian Cuban and honoree Wes Hurt, founder of Hey Cupcake and Clean Cause.

Cost: $175 individual tickets; sponsorships start at $2,500.

Where: Omni Hotel Southpark, 4140 Governors Row

Information: newmilestones.org/bridging-the-gap-gala-2019

Oct. 19

Camp Contemporary 2019

What: The Contemporary Austin’s benefit transforms Laguna Gloria’s lush 14 acres into a lively camp for adults with hands-on art-making, live music, unparalleled food and drink and late-night festivities.

Cost: $175-$200 individual tickets

Where: Laguna Gloria, 3809 W. 35th St.

Information: thecontemporaryaustin.org/event/camp-contemporary-2019

The Eighth Annual Cattleman's Ball

What: Dinner and dancing, live and silent auctions, as well as raffles and poker to raise money for the Williamson Museum's educational programs

Cost: $100 individual tickets; sponsorships are $1,000.

Where: Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel and Conference Center, 1101 Woodlawn Ave., Georgetown

Information: williamsonmuseum.org/cattlemans-ball

Oct. 20

2019 Swan Songs Serenade

What: Austin-based music nonprofit Swan Songs’ annual signature fundraiser features a seated dinner, a live and silent auction and a live performance by American blues singer and pianist Marcia Ball.

Cost: $150 individual tickets, which will go on sale Aug. 20; sponsorships start at $2,500.

Where: The Four Seasons Austin, 98 San Jacinto Blvd.

Information: swansongs.org/events/2019-swan-songs-serenade

Twist Out Cancer’s Brushes With Cancer

What: At the signature art exhibition and gala, the first to come to Austin, guests are treated to an evening centered on art, entertainment, storytelling, hope, inspiration and survivorship.

Cost: $50 general admission, $85 VIP tickets; sponsorships start at $500.

Where: Trinity Hall, 311 E. Fifth St.

Information: twistoutcancer.org/brushes-with-cancer

Oct. 25

VELA’s Eighth Annual Be the Light Fundraiser

What: The unforgettable evening includes an elegant three-course dinner and drinks, auction and raffles, live music and, most importantly, powerful stories from many of the families served by VELA.

Cost: $100 individual tickets; sponsorships start at $500.

Where: The Line Austin Hotel, 111 E. Cesar Chavez St.

Information: velafamilies.org/be-the-light-vela-fundraiser

Nov. 14

Hospice Austin’s 14th Annual Beauty of Life

What: Sip mimosas, shop and enjoy a delicious brunch with bestselling author, television personality and renowned cook Kate McDermott as she treats us to a taste of her “practical guide to homemade crusts, fillings and life.”

Cost: $175 individual tickets; sponsorships start at $2,500.

Where: JW Marriott, 110 E. Second St.

Information: hospiceaustin.org/get-involved-2/our-supporters/events

Nov. 16

Space Cowboy Ball 2019

What: Whether you’re wearing a retro suit or a sci-fi-inspired gown, show up to the party knowing it’s designed to put the cool in space; the event will have a costume contest, dance party and more.

Cost: Sponsorships are $1,000.

Where: Bullock Texas State History Museum, 1800 Congress Ave.

Information: earthlightfoundation.org/space-cowboy-ball