Visionary Mission

Cocktails and Conversation with WiL is social networking group of diverse individuals, business professionals, entrepreneurs, volunteers,  members of the LGBT community, family, and friends who get together to fellowship, meet new people and discuss solutions to the problems we face in today’s social climate. The mission of Cocktails and Conversation with WiL is to bridge the social gaps, nurture meaningful and lasting relationships by bringing people of all ethnicities, ages, orientations, genders, professions, and spiritual backgrounds together through the foundation of the four pillars; Conversation Community Service, Cause,  and Recreational Social Interactions that enrich the lives of those seeking to better the community and themselves intrinsically, intellectually, socially, professionally and spiritually.

Be the change you would like to see in the world by surrounding yourself with amazing individuals who support your happiness, health, and progress.

Follow the C&CWW gang on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

“To create the changes we would like to see in the world, we ourselves must be willing to change.”
—WiL Turner
C&CWW Founder

Social change and awareness begin with us.

CCWW focus is on building healthier, and happier communities. We want to acknowledge some of the great organizations Dallas that contribute to moving our community forward every day. Remember: these are our friends, our peers, our co-workers, and our advocates in times of need. Let’s keep them in our minds and hearts-whenever we are looking to reach across boundaries within Dallas, and beyond.


Legacy Counseling Center provides affordable and quality mental health care, substance abuse treatment, and special care housing services to people impacted by HIV/AIDS. Legacy has celebrated 28 years as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) agency providing service to our community.

You can also connect with them through their Facebook page.


The Dallas Red Foundation is a non-profit organization that produces lively and engaging events to provide financial support for organizations that serve those affected by HIV/AIDS in the North Texas Region.

You can find out more about their events on their Facebook page.


The mission of the Cathedral of Hope is to reclaim Christianity as a faith of extravagant grace, radical inclusion and relentless compassion. The Vision of the Cathedral of Hope is to be a community of hope proclaiming God’s inclusive love, removing barriers to faith, and empowering all people to grow in grace toward wholeness.

Find out more about the Cathedral on their Facebook page.


Impulse Group Dallas is a group of socially active gay men, in collaboration with AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), whose purpose is to promote healthier sexual lifestyles using modern social approaches. The group will accomplish it’s vision by starting the conversation of prevention and safer sex though social events, education, and outreach in the Dallas gay community.

Check out their Facebook page for event information and more.


Black Tie Dinner is the largest 501(c)3 non-profit fund raising dinner for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community in the nation. Each year, Black Tie Dinner selects up to 20 North Texas beneficiaries to receive dinner proceeds as well as the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.


The Access and Information Network (AIN) is a Dallas based organization that works to prevent the spread of HIV and serves persons living with HIV/AIDS and other vulnerable populations.


QueerBomb, founded in 2013, is Dallas’ ONLY public celebration of National Pride Month! We are dedicated to bringing Pride to the streets of “The Big D” without barricades, corporate sponsorship or beer ads!

Connect with them through their Facebook Page!


The mission of AIDS Walk South Dallas, Inc. is to empower persons living with and affected by HIV/AIDS with emphasis on African-American MSM’s (Men Who Have Sex with Men), through prevention, advocacy, education, peer support, linkage to care and emergency financial assistance.


The Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA/Dallas) raises funds for organizations that aid in the fight against HIV/AIDS by providing preventative education programs, treatment and direct care services for people living with/impacted by HIV/AIDS.