Why should I provide an email for ticket purchases?
We are 100% committed to the flawless execution of your event. By capturing email addresses during ticket purchase, your guests will receive immediate notification that a ticket has been purchased for them. The email contains pertinent event information which the guest can refer to up to the day of the event and can be used at tax time as a receipt for tax purposes.
For over two decades, Emmy-award winning Susan Wornick anchored Boston's top-rated Noon news broadcast at WCVB Channel 5 - while also serving as NewsCenter 5's consumer reporter. She stepped down from the anchor desk in 2014, but continues to spend a tremendous amount of time volunteering with many notable charities. Susan is steadfast in continuing her lifelong passion of helping others and serving as a trusted advocate to those who need a voice to help tell their story.
Legislative Advocacy Award
The Honorable Aaron Michlewitz Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee
First elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 2009, Aaron Michlewitz represents the Third Suffolk District. In February 2019, Aaron was named the Chair of the House Ways and Means Committee where he will continue to focus on issues the Third Suffolk District face while also working to form the Commonwealth's budget.
Community Advocacy Award
Former Senior Advisor, Preservation of Affordable Housing
Catherine Dunham served as Preservation of Affordable Housing's (POAH) Vice President, Community Improvement and Director of POAH Fund, helping to develop and implement an expanded Strategy for making POAH's housing a "platform for success" for residents. In prior positions, she was the Executive Director of the Children's Dental Health Project and the President and Founder of The Access Project.
Valet parking is available at the Mandarin for $40, but there is not a self-park option at the hotel. If you don't wish to valet your car, there are several public garages in the area. The closest garage is the Prudential Center Garage with entrances on Huntington Ave. and Exeter Street.
The closest MBTA stops are: Copley Station (Green Line- all lines): 4 minute walk Hynes Station (Green Line- B, C or D lines): 7 minute walk Back Bay Station (Orange Line and Commuter Rail): 9 minute walk
6:30 PM: Cocktail Reception & Silent Auction
7:30 PM: Dinner Stations Open
7:45 PM: Silent Auction Closes
8:00 PM: Speaking Program
9:00 PM: Dessert and Coffee
Boston Senior Home Care
Questions? Please contact the Development Department at the email below.