You’re Invited:
Thursday, October 29, 2020
7:00 PM

Join us for Horizons for Homeless Children’s Women’s Breakfast (for Dinner). It’s our 22nd Annual Women’s Breakfast, and this year we’re mixing it up. We’ll have the same great program but this year we invite you to Breakfast for Dinner– an online evening event that will connect you to Horizons’ work and values from the comfort of home.

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This year’s event will include a virtual discussion with Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give, a novel which has spent more than two years on The New York Times bestseller list and is a major motion picture. The program will include inspirational words from a parent participating in our program and an update on how our program has evolved over the past six months. Don’t miss this event which will be full of important discussions and the opportunity to help children experiencing homelessness.

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Thank you to our 2020 Women's Breakfast for Dinner Committee

2020 Committee Event Chairs

Michelle Hicks
Daniele Serafini

Committee Members

Mickey Ahearn
Meaghan Hooper-Berdik
Egan Cammack
Kate Cox
Gable Clarke
Barbara Elia
Sue O’Connell
Shanna O’Reilly
Janice Sturchio
Karen Walsh
Allison Zacharek

Thank you to our 2020 Sponsors!

Achieving the Impossible: $50,000

Mazzella Family Charitable Fund, Lauren* & Joseph Mazzella
Barbara* & Ed Shapiro

Coloring Outside the Lines: $25,000

Sandy & Paul Edgerley
Linda Mason & Roger Brown

Strengthening our Families: $15,000

Michael* & Barbara Eisenson
Deborah Coleman Diggins & Timothy W. Diggins
Sue O’Connell*
Susan Whitehead

Advocating for Change: $10,000

Kathryn & Ajay Agarwal
Janice Gross & Stephen Klar
Kate* & Ford O’Neil
Luly & Maurice* Samuels
Molly K. Shannon

 

Old Ironsides Energy Logo

Ropes and Gray Logo

Inspiring Imagination: $5,000

Susie & Scott Allen
Steve & Alexi Conine
Barbara Elia
Matt Epstein* & Deborah Hiatt
Tim* & Susie Estella
Jennifer Gilbert & John Ellersick
Keenan Monahan Family
Lubin Family Foundation, Kate Lubin* & Glen Sutton
Pamela Mann* & David Baron
Erin & Matt Murphy
Sarah* & Dana Nielsen
Shanna & Scott O’Reilly
Susan Patkin
Kerry & Brendan Swords
Laurie & Peter Thomsen
Susan & Michael Thonis
Sandy Urie
Linda J. Wondrack

 

 

Building Bright Futures: $3,500

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Burns & Levinson LLP
CBRE
Glenn* & Kim Engler
Michelle & Cam Hicks
M2 Partners HR Search
NBC Sports Boston
New England Legal Search, Ltd,
Piper Sandler & Co.
PwC
Daniele & John Serafini
SGA
Guillermo & Jody Trinchet
Wolverine Worldwide

 

Table Captains: $2,000

Terry & Sarah Burgess
Jennifer & Erik Berg
Bronwen* & Ryan Carroll
Lori Colella*
Julianna Connolly & Brian McDonnell
Madeleine Dassule
Ellie & Paul Evans
Carolyn Haley
Robin & Steve Hauck
Jennifer & Desmond Havlicek
Chip* & Donna Hazard
Ed & Tracey Keenan
Chris Kirk
Scott & Diane Lopez
Loren & Vin Moran
Amy & D.J. Morse
John & Rebecca Murphy
Page Palmer & Stephen Butkus
Audrey Epstein Reny
Christine Scordato
Valerie Shey
Catherine Sommers
David Sprows
Janice Sturchio*
Joseph Sultan
Karen Walsh*
Nicole & Michael Zimmerman

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