Fall Fête: A Celebration of Courage
Due to the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, Fall Fête will be going virtual this year. The health of both guests and the hospital’s refugee and immigrant clients is of utmost importance. We look forward to celebrating with you virtually!
Boston Medical Center’s annual Fall Fête raises funds to provide essential services for refugees, immigrants and asylum seekers, including comprehensive health assessments, legal referrals, support groups, career development, mental health services and much more. Please be our guest for a fun-filled night to celebrate the courage of our newest neighbors who are receiving care and support at BMC.
2020 Fall Fête Special Guests and Honorees:
Gloria and Emilio Estefan
Boston Medical Center is thrilled to honor special guests Gloria and Emilio Estefan at this year’s virtual Fall Fête. Their courage and determination as Cuban refugees is inspiring, and together, they have achieved immeasurable success in their business and philanthropic ventures, championing for education, health and cultural development.
2020 Fall Fête Mistress of Ceremonies:
Reverend Liz Walker
Roxbury Presbyterian Church
2020 Fall Fête Committee:
Stephanie L. Brown, Esq.
Miriam K. Gorman
Past Event Details
Thank you to all our sponsors, staff and friends whose support of the 2019 Fall Fête raised more than $160,000 for essential services for refugees, immigrants and asylum seekers in our community. To see photos from this event and others, please click here.
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