Tickets & Sponsorships
Platinum: $5,000 – Includes admission for 10; featured listing on event website, event evite and on event signage.
Gold: $2,500 – Includes admission for eight; listing on event website, event evite and event signage.
Silver: $1,250 – Includes admission for six; listing on event website and signage.
Patron: $500 – Includes admission for two; listing on event signage.
Couple: $225 – Includes admission for two.
General Admission: $125 – Includes admission for one.
Celebrate Spring Boston
Thank you from the Parkinson's Disease Foundation for joining our first Celebrate Spring Boston on April 26 at The Liberty Hotel!
We welcomed more than 200 guests and raised more than $42,000 for Parkinson's research.
Co-Chairs: Rehana Ashraf, Anne Greene.
Host Committee: Marian Ashraf, Camie Barrow, Katie Barrow, Nacera Belal, Meg Boudreau, Jared Brewer, Kristen Burns, Tracy Burke, Aaron Copeland, Marc Copeland, Louise Davies, Ryan Dillon, Katy Dugan, Kate Evans, Kate Fulchino, Colleen Gallahue, Marisa Grenwald, Amanda Hodes, Rebecca Houde, Sarah Jamali, John Lawrence, Chris Lundgren, Courtney MacFarlane, Neel Madhvani, Fran Maynard, Ralph Menzione, Christy Mihos, Antonio Montavo, Popi Papadonta, Shervin Riahi, Matt Roberts, Lizzy Rossin, Nadja Stratton, T.K. Skenderian, Derek Taff, Joe Tulley.
*The Liberty Hotel has set aside a block of rooms for guests of Celebrate Spring Boston. If you are interested in making a reservation please contact The Liberty Hotel directly at (866) 507-5245. The rate is $259.00 for a single or double room. The deadline to make reservations is Friday, April 5, 2013. Please note that you must mention Parkinson's Disease Foundation when making the reservation. Space is limited.
The thoughts of the Parkinson's Disease Foundation and our Celebrate Spring Boston committee are with the victims of Monday's tragic events at the Boston Marathon. Because of this, 10 percent of proceeds raised from Celebrate Spring ticket sales will go to support The One Fund for Boston, a charitable fund set up to help those most affected.