Key Moments: Unlocking Opportunity for 50 Years

A special evening marking 50 years, as we reflect on the past, celebrate our progress, and look forward to a future without homelessness.

 

 

Thursday, September 26, 2019
6:00 pm: Registration
7:00 pm: Dinner

The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts
539 Tremont Street, Boston

Tickets for the Key Moments 50th Anniversary Celebration event are sold out. To be added to our waitlist, or to complete payment of a sponsorship, please contact Kara Stepanian at 617-892-9181.

If you wish to make a tax-deductible donation in support of this event, please click below. 

Event DONATION

Event Committee

Honorary Chairs
Governor Charlie Baker and First Lady Lauren Baker
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Ms. Lorrie Higgins

Chairs
Laura Sen and John O’Connor

Committee Members*
Philip S. Balboni
Marylou Batt and Thomas P. Glynn
Eileen and Jack Connors
Anne and David Gergen
Katherine Gergen-Barnett and Mark Barnett
Diane Hessan and Robert A. Stringer
Kathleen Hobson and Atul Gawande
Barbara and Amos Hostetter
Abigail Johnson and Christopher McKown
Nell and Patrick Jones
Amber Kagan
Msgr. Francis H. Kelley
Katherine Krister
Lisa and Jeff Leiden
Deborah and James MacPhee
Noreen and David Manzo
Mark J. McHugh
Karen Siegel and Jack Cinquegrana
Joyce Spinney and Joe Spaulding
Kerry and Brendan Swords
Jean Tempel and Peter Wilson
Rev. John J. Unni
Karylann and Robert F. Walsh


*Committee information as of September 23, 2019

Thank You to Our Sponsors

Corporate Sponsors

Individual Sponsors

Philip S. Balboni
Marylou Batt and Thomas P. Glynn
Eileen and Jack Connors
Courtney and Michael Forrester
Megan Gates and Bill Whelan
Anne and David Gergen
Katherine Gergen-Barnett and Mark Barnett
Elizabeth E. Harris
Diane Hessan and Robert A. Stringer
Kathleen Hobson and Atul Gawande
Barbara and Amos Hostetter
Abigail Johnson and Christopher McKown
Nell and Patrick Jones
Amber Kagan
Msgr. Francis H. Kelley
Mary Louise and Larry Krakauer
Katherine Krister
Lisa and Jeff Leiden
The Lutz Family
Deborah and James M. MacPhee
Laura and Christopher Mansfield
Noreen and David Manzo

Individual Sponsors

Eileen and Jack McCarthy
Mark J. McHugh
Alfred Minahan
Celia and Robert Morris
Linda and James Morse
Laurie and Matthew Nee
Marion L. Nierintz
Joyce and James O'Leary
Susan and Bill Poduska
Allison K. Ryder and David B. Jones
Laura Sen and John O'Connor
Wendy Shattuck and Samuel Plimpton
Susan Siebert and Bart Mitchell
Karen Siegel and Jack Cinquegrana
Joyce Spinney and Joe Spaulding
Kerry and Brendan Swords
Jean Tempel and Peter Wilson
Karylann and Robert F. Walsh
MaryEllen Walsh
The David Z. Webster Family
Rev. John J. Unni

Featuring

For decades, Judy Collins has inspired audiences with sublime vocals, boldly vulnerable songwriting, personal life triumphs and a deep commitment to social activism. Having faced her own challenges with mental health and substance abuse, she is an in-demand speaker for mental health and suicide prevention. Ms. Collins continues to create music of hope and healing that lights up the world and speaks to the heart. 

wgbh

Margery Eagan and Jim Braude are co-hosts of WGBH's Boston Public Radio, where they lead daily conversations with leaders and thinkers shaping Boston.

They will lead a discussion about homelessness in Boston, how we compare to other cities, and what is being done to address this complex issue. Pine Street President Lyndia Downie and Pine Street tenant Eric L. will join Jim and Margery for a conversation touching on these questions and more.