Thank you for joining us on Saturday, November 4, 2017 for our 60th Year Gala that recognized and honored leaders in the community who have helped to make a difference in health care research through advocacy, education, and support. Over 350 people from around New England attended this special event at Union Station Worcester, including Worcester's Mayor Joseph Petty.
You can still make a donation to support our 60 years of service by clicking the below link. All proceeds raised will support our programs and service for the New England bleeding disorders community.
MAKE A TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION HERE
Saturday, November 4, 2017
Worcester’s Union Station
2 Washington Square
Worcester, Massachusetts 01604
6:30 – 8:00 PM
Cocktail Reception & Silent Auction
8:00 – 11:30 PM
Formal Sit Down Dinner
Followed By Dancing & Live Music
Black Tie Optional
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
Hampton Inn & Suites Worcester
65 Prescott St.
Worcester, Massachusetts, 01605
Nominate An Everyday Hero
The Gala will honor leaders in the community who unselfishly give their time to the mission of the organization. By nominating a leader, you are acknowledging the dedication, energy, and spirit of an individual who furthers the mission of NEHA through support, advocacy or education. Nominate a community advocate for an award here.
Remembering A Loved One
Over the last 60 years, we have lost many community members who have given endless time and support to NEHA. Please help us remember all of these remarkable individuals by submitting their names to be included in the Gala program. There is no limit to the number of names that can be submitted. Remember a late loved one for the Gala program here.
About Union Station
In December 2016, the Gala Volunteer Committee went before The City of Worcester’s Disability Council and asked for the City to waive the fee for NEHA to use Union Station (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. NEHA is 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.