On Sunday, April 21, Victory Programs celebrated its annual Dinnerfest Party + Auction at The Brahmin Restaurant in Boston. More than 100 restaurant dining packages were up for auction at the event and more than $55,000 was raised for the non-profit. Victory Programs provides housing and health services for more than 2,400 each year struggling with homelessness, drug and alcohol addiction and chronic illnesses like HIV/AIDS.
Dinner with the famous Hat Sisters was up for auction at Dinnerfest
Employees from Eastern Bank, who helped sponsor Dinnerfest, were on hand for the party
Victory Programs Vice President & CFO Jim Pettinelli with Boston Living Center Director Larry Kessler
Lakia Mondale, Jake Caper and Chris Casale, employees from Community Walgreens who helped sponsor the event
Victory Programs Senior Director of Development & Communications Marc Davino with Board Member Andie Finard and Victory Programs President and CEO Jonathan Scott
Victory Programs Board Member and Dinnerfest Committee Chair Scott Galinsky with Victory Programs President & CEO Jonathan Scott
Chris Gavin and Joe Therriault, who ran the Boston Marathon in support of Victory Programs, were honored at Dinnerfest.
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