On Thursday, February 8, 2018 from 5:30-8:30PM, Mayor Martin J Walsh and the Biotech community of Boston will come together for a philanthropic networking event to benefit Friends of Boston's Homeless. The event will take place on the second floor of Faneuil Hall in Ned Devines and will bring together all the major facets of the Biotech scene
Ticket price of $25.00 includes hors d'oeuvres and one complimentary glass of beer or wine.
Sponsorship Opportunities are available and can be viewed by clicking "tickets"
Friends of Boston’s Homeless supports innovative, solutions-oriented programs with proven track records that help people transition from the streets and shelters to lead stable, hopeful, independent lives in dignified housing. We focus on removing the final barriers of transition that often city and state programs don’t have the means to cover. The final transition steps out of homelessness are often the most crucial, and we make them happen. Please join us to end homelessness with warm hearts - and homes - for all.
Special Guest and Key Note Speaker: Mayor of Boston, Martin J. Walsh
Thank you Thermo Fisher for being our Event Host this year.
Sponsors & Supporters:
Thermo Fisher Scientific
GE Healthcare and Life Science
Harvard Bioscience/Denville Scientific
Life Science Cares
McDermott Will and Emery LLP
Massachusetts General Hospital
North Shore Technology Council
Safety Partners, Inc.
Boston Postdoc Association
Boston Children's Postdoc Association
Brigham and Women's Postdoc Association
Dana Farber PostGrad Association
Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences Postdoc Association
Harvard Medical School Postdoc Association
Mass Eye and Ear Postdoc Association
MIT Postdoc Association
The NextGen Association for Postdocs and Graduate Students of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
Tufts Postdoc Association