Red Tie Soiree

Please join us on Saturday, October 20, 2018 for a Red Tie Soiree to recognize and celebrate the local business and individuals that support the New England Hemophilia Association. The event will be held at Worcester's historic and beautiful Union Station. Ticket will go on sale on Monday, August 20th.



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Saturday, October 20th

Worcester’s Union Station

2 Washington Square

Worcester, Massachusetts 01604


6:30 – 8:00 PM

Cocktail Reception & Silent Auction


8:00 – 11:30 PM

Dinner and Awards Reception

Followed By Dancing


Black Tie Optional

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Tickets

Tickets go on sale on Monday, August 20th. All tickets include one drink ticket, passed hors d'oeuvres and dinner.

2018 NEHA Member = $75 per ticket
2018 NEHA Member Table (10 seats) = $750

Non-NEHA Member  = $100 per ticket
Non-NEHA Member (10 seats) = $1,00

Industry Partner = $150 per ticket
Industry Partner Table (10 seats) = $1,500

Hotel Information


The room blocks we have secured for Saturday, November 4 are closed. However, you can still book rooms on your own at these hotels. There are free shuttles from both locations to Union Station.

           

Courtyard by Marriott

72 Grove St

Worcester, MA 01605

(508) 363-0300


Hampton Inn & Suites Worcester

65 Prescott St.

Worcester, Massachusetts, 01605

1-508-886-9005


Silent Auction


We are currently accepting donations for the silent auction at our event. If you or a local business would like to donate an item to the silent auction, please contact Christie Brum, NEHA's Development Manager at 781-326-7645 or at: cbrum@nehemophilia.org. Items can include: restaurant gift cards, hotel and bed and breakfast overnight stays, movie tickets, gas cards, jewelry items, gift baskets, etc.


About Union Station


In December 2016, NEHA volunteers went before The City of Worcester’s Disability Council and asked for the City to waive the fee for us to use Union Station for our 60 Year Gala celebration (this is only granted to two (2) non-profits a year). The Disability Council voted to let NEHA use this historic and beautiful space at no cost for the event. The City of Worcester is letting NEHA use this grand space for a second year at no cost again to host our Red Tie Soiree. We are grateful for this partnership with the City of Worcester.


About the New England Hemophilia Association


The New England Hemophilia Association (NEHA) was founded in 1957 to serve, assist, and advocate for the bleeding disorders community in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.