The Cattle Baron’s Ball relies on the spirit and generosity of the Metroplex to fund the fight against cancer. Since 1974, we’ve raised over $86 million for cancer research, the majority of which is conducted right here in DFW. True to Texas’ history of rising to the challenge, we’ve become the world’s largest single-night fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
Find out how you can help us attack cancer from every angle. All proceeds from your contribution benefit the American Cancer Society.
Market your business through one of the many Cattle Baron’s Ball sponsorship opportunities, including pre-parties, auction book recognition space, and elements at the Ball!
To view the 2021 Sponsorship Opportunities, click here.
The Dallas Cattle Baron’s Ball is the largest single-night fundraiser for the American Cancer Society and has raised over $86 million for cancer research. Click here to purchase tables and tickets.
To view the 2021 Underwriting Contract, click here.
Cattle Baron’s Ball features a curated collection of items and experiences. All donations valued at $1,000 or more will be featured in our virtual auction book, which is distributed to over 2,500 donors and guests. If you would like to contribute by donating an item or experience please contact us at .
Click here to view our legendary Auction Books!
Our legendary Live Auction raises over $1 million every year! The Live Auction features a select number of amazing items and experiences ranging from $25,000 to priceless.
To see the 2019 items, click here.
Our 2021 raffle prizes are here! Winners will be drawn on October 23, 2021.
To view this year's raffle items, click here.
Thank you to all sponsors and golfers who participated in the CBB Golf Tournament presented by Mary Kay and toldright, on May 3, 2021 at the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas. The tournament was a great success bringing in over $268,000 to the Cattle Baron's Ball.
OUR HISTORY BY THE NUMBERS
of raising money for The American Cancer Society
raised to date
have been able to receive treatment
winning scientists have received research funding