About the We Are Boston Anniversary Gala
Throughout history, Boston has been a destination for people from all over the world. The We Are Boston Gala creates an environment of inclusiveness that embraces and celebrates all of Boston’s diversity.
More than 900 of Boston’s most prominent leaders, corporate partners, MONB supporters, philanthropists and appointed and elected officials will join together to support 10 years of Boston’s diversity, immigrant heritage and contributions. Headlining will be Academy Award-Winning, multi-Grammy nominated, Vanessa Williams. Guests will enjoy a culinary dine-around reception, multi-cultural performances, awards presentation, and a live auction featuring exciting trips and one-of-a-kind items.
We Are Boston Anniversary Gala
A Celebration of Boston’s Diversity, Immigrant Heritage and Contributions
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
The Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel, Boston
VIP Anniversary Reception 5:30 PM
A VIP Anniversary Reception featuring our honorees, special guests and live entertainment.
VIP ticket includes: VIP Anniversary Reception, General Reception, Main Program, Live Auction, and Dessert.
Ticket $300 (per person)
General Reception 6:00 PM
Includes Anniversary Reception, Numerous Musical and Dance Performances from Multi-Cultural Communities, Main Program, Live Auction and Dessert. Ticket $150 (per person)
Mayor Martin J. Walsh will honoring Pulitzer Prize Winning author, Junot Díaz and the pioneer and innovator of East-West cuisine and host of the Emmy-nominated show Simply Ming, Chef Ming Tsai
Gala Contact: AJ Williams Events (617) 267-2244 | email@example.com
Tickets (Tickets go on sale September 1!)
Social Media: #weareboston; @newbostonians @marty_walsh
We Are Boston Gala is about:
Creating an environment of inclusiveness that embraces and celebrates all of Boston’s diversity;
Lifting up Boston’s immigrant heritage;
Celebrating Boston’s immigrant contributions;
Affirming and connecting new and old Bostonians of different ages, from different nations, those who came freely, as well as those who were brought here against their will;
Acknowledging and appreciating Boston’s Native American Populations;
Inspiring Bostonians to reclaim and take pride in Boston’s immigrant roots and history; and
Engaging diverse communities and sectors as participants in embracing Boston’s multicultural richness.