Join us for the 29th annual Evening at Pops celebration to benefit Joslin Diabetes Center! This fabulous evening at Symphony Hall has supported Joslin's High Hopes Fund since 1985. This special evening brings together the Joslin community and friends to enjoy the rich tradition of the Boston Pops Orchestra. This year, Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops celebrate Singin' in the Rain: Film with Orchestra.
Seats are limited—book your reservations today!
Individual Floor Ticket (includes VIP reception) | $250 each
Individual Balcony Ticket (Pops concert only) | $100 each
For more information about the 2015 event and to purchase tickets, click here!
Contact Caitlin Enright at email@example.com or 617.309.2531
|Date:||Friday, May 8, 2015|
|Time:||6:00pm VIP Reception | 8:00pm Concert|
|Location:||Symphony Hall, Boston|
This annual culinary and cultural event is designed to promote awareness and raise funds for the diabetes care, education, research and outreach programs organized by Joslin’s Latino Diabetes Initiative (LDI).
For more information please contact Caitlin Enright at Caitlin.enright@joslin.Harvard.edu or 617.309.2531
|Date:||Thursday, October 1, 2015|
|Location||Artists for Humanity EpiCenter|
The 15th Annual High Hopes Gala took place on Saturday, November 22nd at The Westin Boston Waterfront. Over 400 guests gathered to promote awareness and raise funds for the vital diabetes clinical care programs and groundbreaking research initiatives at Joslin Diabetes Center. We were thrilled to honor Joslin's Community Events Champions with the Global Achievement Award as well as Kelley Conley with the Meritt Levitan Youth Ambassador Award. Thank you to Dylan Dreyer, Jay Hewitt, and Robin Starr for their efforts in making Joslin’s largest fundraising event a success.
Thank you to everyone that attended and contributed to this year’s event!
Our 11th Annual A Taste of Ginger event took place on Monday, March 23rd at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Nearly 400 guests gathered to taste the cuisine of 26 Boston chefs and to hear about the good work of Joslin Diabetes Center's Asian American Diabetes Initiative (AADI). This event raised over $335,000 for the diabetes care, education, community outreach, and research programs organized by the AADI.
Thank you to everyone that attended and contributed to this year's event!
For more information about the 2015 A Taste of Ginger event, click here!
Page last updated: April 19, 2015