Fenway Health Women’s Dinner Party Raises over $440K

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Dr. Ursula Matulonis received the Dr. Susan M. Love Award at the April 6 Women’s Dinner Party, which raised $440,000 to support care and services at Fenway Health.  Pictured from left to right: Dr. Stephen L. Boswell, Fenway Health President & CEO; Dr. Jennifer Potter, Director of Women’s Health at Fenway; Dr. Ursula Matulonis, Love Award recipient; Douglas Spencer, Chair of Fenway’s Board of Directors; and Women’s Dinner Party Co-Chairs Lori Griffiths, Pat Hamilton, and Jennifer L. Jones.  Photo: Meri Bond

Dr. Ursula Matulonis received the Dr. Susan M. Love Award at the April 6 Women’s Dinner Party, which raised $440,000 to support care and services at Fenway Health. Pictured from left to right: Dr. Stephen L. Boswell, Fenway Health President & CEO; Dr. Jennifer Potter, Director of Women’s Health at Fenway; Dr. Ursula Matulonis, Love Award recipient; Douglas Spencer, Chair of Fenway’s Board of Directors; and Women’s Dinner Party Co-Chairs Lori Griffiths, Pat Hamilton, and Jennifer L. Jones.
Photo: Meri Bond

BOSTON, Mass. — On April 6th, over 1,000 lesbians, bisexual and transgender women along with friends, volunteers and supporters attended Fenway Health 2013 Women’s Dinner Party. With their help, the event raised $440,000 in cash, pledges and in-kind support for the life-saving services and programs at Fenway Health.

The organization is grateful to all of its Table Captains and Event Team, their corporate sponsors, Dr. Ursula MatulonisKate ClintonBooty Vortex and DJ Susan Esthera, along with all of the attendees who made the event such a huge success.  Special thanks goes out to their Event Chairs Lori Griffiths, Pat Hamilton and Jennifer L. Jones, whose hard work made the night possible. The evening’s challenge, which raised money to name Fenway Health’s new mammography suite, brough in over $165,000, a record for The Women’s Dinner Party! [pullquote]The evening’s challenge, wich raised money to name Fenway Health’s new mammography suite, brough in over $165,000, a record for The Women’s Dinner Party![/pullquote]

PHOTOS, VIDEOS AND NEWS COVERAGE

Photos from the official event photographer Meri Bond to www.womensdinnerparty.org will be available shortly.  In the meantime, you can view the women and cancer video from Saturday night on Fenway’s YouTube page.  You can also read news coverage of The Women’s Dinner Party from The Rainbow Times and Edge Boston online. The Rainbow Times’ photo coverage is already online.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ALL NEXT YEAR!

Do you have questions about The Women’s Dinner Party or need to claim a silent auction item? Please call Fenway’s Development Department at 617.927.6350 or email us at  information@fenwayhealth.org.