This fall, BHCHP is thrilled to be hosting the 11th annual Medicine That Matters Gala in-person after two years of being apart!
As we begin to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Medicine That Matters Gala will be followed in a few short weeks by the BHCHP Emerging Leaders Fall Soirée, continuing our celebration of leaders in our community who have furthered our mission and embodied the spirit of equity and importance of giving back. The annual Fall Soirée seeks to inspire Boston’s next generation of leaders by honoring the impact young professionals have made in our community and their dedication to service.
Together, the Medicine That Matters Gala and Emerging Leaders Fall Soirée will raise critically-needed funds to continue BHCHP’s lifesaving work at a time when it is needed most—but only with your support. Your generous sponsorship for these tandem events will allow BHCHP to continue its legacy of providing the best possible care, where and when it is needed most. As detailed in this packet, your Gala sponsorship will come with exciting benefits that will carry into the Emerging Leaders Fall Soirée, including the opportunity for young professionals at your company or network to attend this inspiring event.
We hope you will join us in celebrating this year’s exceptionally deserving Medicine That Matters honorees, and empowering Boston’s next generation of philanthropists at the Emerging Leaders Fall Soirée!
Miceal Chamberlain, Managing Director & Massachusetts President, Bank of America
Sam Kennedy, President & CEO, Boston Red Sox
Sharon McNally, President, Camp Harbor View and Chief of Staff, Connors Family Office
Bryan Rafanelli, Founder & Chief Creative Officer, Rafanelli Events
Governor Charlie Baker & First Lady Lauren Baker
Jean C. Tempel
The Eleventh Annual Dr. Jim O’Connell Award Recipient: Jack Connors, Jr.
The Eleventh Annual Tim Russert Award Recipient: RIZE Massachusetts Foundation
Shayna Seymour, Chronicle Anchor, WCVB Channel 5
Erika Tarantal, Anchor and Reporter, WCVB Channel 5
Questions? Please contact Alyssa Brassil.