Please join us on Saturday, October 20th for a Red Tie Soiree at Worcester’s historic Union Station! This special event will celebrate the local businesses and individuals that support the New England Hemophilia Association’s (NEHA) mission to improve the quality of life for all persons with bleeding disorders and their families through education, support and advocacy.
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Worcester’s Union Station
2 Washington Square
Worcester, Massachusetts 01604
6:30 – 8:30 PM
Cocktail Reception & Silent Auction
8:00 – 11:00 PM
Dinner & Awards
Followed by Dancing
21 & Older • Free Parking • Black Tie Optional
Tickets are on sale until Friday, October 12th.
NEHA 2018 Members
- $75 per person
- $750 for a table of ten people
- $100 per person
- $1,000 for a table of ten people
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 Rich Pezzillo, NEHA's Executive Director at 781-326-7645 or at: email@example.com. Needed items include: restaurant gift cards, hotel and bed and breakfast overnight stays, movie tickets, gas cards, jewelry items, gift baskets, etc.
We have secured a room block at the Homewood Suites by Hilton (across the street from Union Station) for $189 a night for Friday, October 19th and Saturday, October 20th. The room block ends on Friday, October 12th.
Homewood Suites by Hilton
1 Washington Square
Worcester, Massachusetts, 01604
To book your hotel contact:
About Union Station
In December 2016, NEHA volunteers went before Worcester’s Disability Council and asked the City to waive the fee for us to use Union Station for our 60-Year Anniversary Gala. The Disability Council voted to let NEHA use this space at no cost for the event. For a second year, the City of Worcester is letting us Union Station at no cost for the Red Tie Soiree. We are grateful for this partnership with the City of Worcester.
About The Red Tie Soiree
The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) hosts a Red Tie Soiree each year in New York City. We are thrilled to be the first NHF chapter in the country to host a regional event. 100% of all proceeds raised will support the New England bleeding disorders community.