Fenway Ball

The Fenway Ball


Wednesday, June 21, 2023
6pm – 9pm
Fenway Park,
521 Overlook, 14 Lansdowne Street, Boston

Thank you for joining us at the Fenway Ball of the Half-Century and making it a huge success! On June 21, 2023, around 300 of our funders, program partners, community members, friends and family joined us in celebrating 50 Years of Fenway CDC at the Fenway Ball. For event inquiries, please contact Iris Tan at itan@fenwaycdc.org or (857) 234-6509.

Event Highlights:
6:00pm – 7:00pm Reception: Drinks and Hors D’oeuvres
7:00pm Program

Emcee: John Tobin, VP Community Engagement, Northeastern University
Brief Remarks by:
– Leah Camhi, Executive Director, Fenway CDC
– Sheila A. Dillon, Chief of Housing City of Boston and Director of Mayor’s Office of Housing
– Peter J. Healy, President, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
– Peter Sougarides, Principal, Samuels & Associates
Live Auction
Fund-A-Need
7:30pm Dinner, Desserts, and Dancing with DJ Spinelli
8:45pm 50/50 Raffle Drawing
9:00pm Event ends

The Fenway Ball is a fun and exciting event that connects the people who drive the region’s economy including corporate executives, professionals, and leaders from the real estate industry and business sectors, and Fenway’s renowned institutions of education, healthcare, sports, and the arts.

Dress code: Business formal, fancy evening dress, or creative black tie (optional). Comfy shoes for dancing!

Your generous participation will enable Fenway CDC to improve the economic and social well-being of over 2,500 residents. We serve adults, youth, children, elders, people with physical disabilities and special needs, and formerly homeless residents. We help them access affordable housing, education, job opportunities, training, financial coaching, social services, healthy food, and wellness programs. We enrich lives through events like Fenway Porchfest and other community activities. Our planning and organizing efforts with organizations across Boston engages citizens to advocate for improvements in housing policies that will protect families from eviction, create more funding for affordable housing, and increase the number of affordable units.

Thank you for making Fenway CDC’s work possible!

Big Thank You To All Our Sponsors!

PRESENTING SPONSOR
Samuels & Associates

COMMUNITY BUILDER
Boston Red Sox

PLATINUM
AAFCPAs
Brookline Bank
Eastern Bank
IQHQ
M&T Bank
Northeastern University
Peabody Properties
SCAPE
The Schochet Companies
WS Development

GOLD
Berklee College of Music
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Cabot, Cabot & Forbes
Elkus Manfredi Architects
Fenway CDC Board of Directors
Forest Properties
Harvard Medical School
Needham Bank
Related Beal
The Peebles Corporation
Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.
Wentworth Institute of Technology

SILVER
Boston Children’s Hospital
Burns & Levinson LLP
CEDAC
Davis Square Architects
Hackett Feinberg P.C.
Haycon
KPF Foundation
Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation
Skanska
The Life Initiative
Wingate Companies

BRONZE
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Fenway Health
Leah Camhi & Amy Pitter
GeoEngineers, Inc
Herb Chambers Jaguar Land Rover Boston
Oasis Guest House
Transom Real Estate and Harbor Run Development
WaypointKLA

FUND A NEED
Cambridge Savings Bank
Arlene Ash
Brian Slater
Charlene Tierney
Dave Kelleher
Emily Paperella
Eric Tingdahl
Jasmine Nguyen
Richard Olsen
Rosie & Sajed Kamal
Jess & Shawn Moriarty
John Tobin
Matt Wildman
Matthew Troiano
Nikki Flionis
Stephen Mastrorilli
Tim Coakley
Yanni Tsipis

Fenway Ball Honorary Committee
Berklee College of Music, Kaitlin Passafaro
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Beth Israel Lahey Health, Robert Torres
Boston Children’s Hospital, John Riordan
Boston Red Sox, David Friedman
CC&F, Jacob Vance
Harvard Medical School, Jeffry Stanton
IQHQ, Bryan Gubbins
M&T Bank, Robert Nichols
Northeastern University, John Tobin
Peabody Properties, Inc., Melissa Fish-Crane
Related Beal, Aisha Miller
Samuels & Associates, Peter Sougarides
Skanska, Russell DeMartino
The Longwood Collective, David Sweeney
The Peebles Corporation, Don Peebles
The Schochet Companies, Richard Henken
Wentworth Institute of Technology, Erik Miller