We’d like to thank everyone who helped make the 2018 Dinner Party and Men’s Event such huge successes! Thanks to your generosity, our two signature galas raised an incredible $1.34 million to support the life-saving services and programs at Fenway Health, showing the strength and dedication of our vibrant community. Both fundraisers are Boston’s biggest nights on the town for more than 2,400 LGBT people and their allies.


The 27th Annual Fenway Health Dinner Party was held on Saturday, April 21 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place. Renowned athlete Diana Nyad was honored with the Dr. Susan M. Love Award for her contributions to women’s athletics and fitness.

Each year, the Dr. Susan M. Love Award is given to honor and celebrate a woman and/or organization that has made a significant contribution to the field of women’s health. The Award is named in honor of its founding recipient, Dr. Susan M. Love, a pioneer in women’s health and breast cancer treatment.



The 25th Fenway Health Men’s Event was held on Saturday, March 10 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place. Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick was honored with the Congressman Gerry E. Studds Visibility Award for his work in advancing affordable health care in the Bay State.

The Congressman Gerry E. Studds Visibility Award is given at The Men’s Event to honor individuals of integrity and selflessness who embody the spirit of service and provide positive leadership for the LGBT community. The Studds Visibility Award is given at each year’s Men’s Event in honor and memory of the first openly gay member of Congress, Gerry E. Studds, who passed away in October 2006.



THANK YOU to all of our Table Captains and Event Team, our corporate sponsors, Dinner Party emcee Gina Yashere, DJ Nate Bluhm, Signature, and the more than 2,400 LGBT people, friends, supporters and volunteers who attended the 2018 Men’s Event and Dinner Party for making this a Fenway Health gala season to remember! And a special thanks goes out to our Men’s Event Chairs John Basile, Andy Huang, and Gregg Snyder, and Dinner Party Chairs Katelyn Dolan, Theresa Murray, and Amanda Preston-Sicari, whose hard work made both nights possible.


Harbor to the Bay is a charity bike ride from Boston to Provincetown that donates 100% of money raised by riders and crew to support HIV/AIDS programs and services at four area agencies, including Fenway Health.

The Harbor to the Bay ride is made possible each year because a core group of dedicated individuals, under the leadership of Harbor to the Bay President and Director Jim Morgrage, volunteer their time and energy to make it happen. So far, Harbor to the Bay has raised over $4 million, with every penny distributed to its beneficiaries. Few volunteer-driven fundraisers can claim such an impressive track record.

2017 marked the 15th ride, with 103 riders and 33 crew members dedicating their efforts for Fenway Health. All the money they raised will ensure that Fenway can provide care and services to every HIV-positive person who comes through our doors, regardless of their ability to pay. Altogether, the 2017 Harbor to the Bay Ride raised $281,098 for Fenway Health.


We want to extend a huge thank you to all our incredible riders, crew members, and donors for making this ride such a success.


Amanda Annis
Beverly Armstrong
Clint M. Attebery
Lucio-Felicio Balestrero
Mitchell Bilczewski
Jeffrey Blackwell
Richard Blank
Mara Blesoff
Skyler Brader
Jack Brent
Jonathan M. Brett
Eric Brown
Kevin Brown
Catherine Cappelli
Katie Chapman
Kevin Cherry
Charles Chretien
Ashley Cook
Ross Cooper
Will Cribby
David Dalrymple
Katelyn Dolan
Nan Dumas
Philip Finch
Timothy J. Fitzgerald
E H Godwin

Lauren Doty
Niamh C. Foley
Marcelo Frias Valle
Paul B. Goulet
Elizabeth Gruber
Aaron Halleck
Marcus W. Hamblin
Howard R. Hernandez
Colleen Higgins
Eric R. Jaukkuri
Ian W. Johnson
Robb W. Johnson
Tim Johnson
Erin Justice
Amanda Kearns
Audrea Laffely
Cei Lambert
Jay LaMotte
Luke Lennon
Patrick Leroy
Jonathan S. Litt
Elizabeth Lu
Dana Lyford
R.J. Marelli
Steve Martin
Will Martin

Aaron Malgeri
Jacob Mathews
Matt Mattozzi
Greg Mercer
Paul O. Miller
Janet Milley
Thomas Mitchell
Kendra E. Moore
Lauren Mueller
Carl D. Nagy-Koechlin
Megan Normandin
Kristen Norris
Bryan O’Neil
Laura O’Neil
Kate Orlin
Richard Osgood
Heather Ouellette
Alicia Palleschi
Dana Pardee
Sam Peck
Theodore A. Peck
Jeffrey D. Pike
Jane Powers
Tina Rose
Susan Ryan-Vollmar
Julian Serrao

Ulysses Sallum
Liz A. Salomon
Robert Santiago
Kathleen Segovia
Daniel Selgrade
Abdel Sepulveda
Terry A. Short
Susan Sommer
Erina Spiegelman
Julia Spiegelman
Kaden D. Stearns
Jeffrey Sulloway
Mitchell Thomas
Heather Tobin-Beiss
Jacqueline Tobin-Beiss
Tracey Toner
Robert J. Torres
Carlos Vaquerano
Mark Vogel
Dierdre Wadsworth
Parker Wellington
Philip White
Michael C. Wonson
Joblin C. Younger
Daniel Zenevitch


John-Paul Bettencourt
Jeanne M. Blais
Robert Chase
Robin Eriksen
Warren Green
Catherine A. Grossi
Taylor S. Harris
Timothy B. Harwood
Peggy M. Hayes

Anthony M. Imperioso
Lauren Inker
Jimmy Kamel
Ben A. Kudler
Henri Langlais
Peter LaPlante
Katherine Lavelle
Vanessa Marquez

Matthew J. McNeff
Malinda J. Mcpherson
Arianna Mitropoulos
Jonathan Morfe
Jason Morin
Andrea Nash
Perky Nellissen
Margret O. Nelson

Juan R. Parra
Molly V. Paul
Jay Qu
David J. Russo
Woody Smith
Kiefer St. Pierre
Todd Williams
Charlotte S. Wilson

These lists reflect donors and volunteers for fiscal year 2018, July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018.