2020 Fenway Ball is cancelled due to concerns around Covid-19. Please support Fenway CDC’s work by making an outright donation. We help community residents access affordable housing, education programs, job skills training, employment opportunities, food access programs, financial education, health improvement programs, social services, civic engagement activities, and virtual community meetings so that they can lead healthier and happier lives. For inquiries, please contact Iris Tan at email@example.com or (617) 267-4637 x 25.
The 2019 Fenway Ball:
A huge thanks to all of our sponsors, donors, guests, volunteers, and interns who supported our 2019 Fenway Ball Gala. Your support enabled Fenway CDC to continue improving the lives of residents while allowing us to build a healthier, more vibrant neighborhood. The gala was a Fen-tastic success! Held at the Prudential Skywalk, guests were able to:
- take in panoramic views of Boston
- enjoy delicious food, drinks, and desserts
- connect with new business associates and friends
- toast to the preservation of Newcastle-Saranac
- dance to the greatest hits from the 70s to today
- bid on exciting auction items and enter to win high-valued raffle prizes
- celebrate 46 years of positive community impact
This exciting event brought together resident leaders, Fenway CDC members, and professionals from a diverse range of business sectors, including local real estate developers and renowned Fenway institutions that are some of the major economic drivers of our region today.
Special guests included: Sheila Dillon, Chief of Housing for the City of Boston; Tim Davis, Housing Policy Manager at the Boston Planning & Development Agency; Tim Czerwienski, Project Manager at the Boston Planning & Development Agency; and other prominent stakeholders from the housing industry.
What does the Fenway Ball Gala support?
Our annual Ball supports all of Fenway CDC’s programs and services that strive to improve the lives of everyone in the Fenway community. We serve adults, children, youth, elders, people with physical disabilities and special needs, and formerly homeless residents.