The Annual Benefit Dinner to Support the Public Humanities in Massachusetts and Celebrate Our 40th AnniversaryTWO STEPS FORWARD: Building Community in America Today
Honoring Kenneth Feinberg
KENNETH R. FEINBERG is the newest champion of Mass Humanities' signature program, having helped launch a Clemente Course this fall in his native city of Brockton. Mass Humanities is thrilled to honor him for his commitment to the advancement of humanities programming in general, and for his many other professional and volunteer roles: Administrator of The One Fund Boston; Special Master of the September 11 Victim Compensation Fund; managing partner of Feinberg, Rozen, LLP; Chairman of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation board of trustees; and as author of two books, What Is Life Worth? and Who Gets What?.
Saturday, November 9, 2013 Heights Room, Corcoran Commons, Boston College, Chestnut Hill
7:00 Reception and Silent Auction Dinner, Program Showcase, and Humanities in Action Award to follow
Cost: $250/person; or sponsorship packages are available, which include seats and special recognition. Contact Carolyn Cushing for more information: (413) 584-8440 x107.
Sponsors as of October 14, 2013: Luminary Level: The Paul and Phyllis Fireman Charitable Foundation; Richard K. Donahue Champion Level: Goodwin Proctor, LLP; Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP; John F. Kennedy Library Foundation; John Hancock; Raytheon Company; Vacovec, Mayotte & Singer, LLP; Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP Benefactor Level: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate
Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities 66 Bridge Street * Northampton, MA 01060 (413) 584-8440 * Fax (413) 584-8454