For fifty years Fenway Health has been serving the LGBTQ community in Boston. Starting in a basement in a building owned by the Christian Science Church, Fenway Health has grown to meet and serve our community through many health crisis including AIDS / HIV, Crystal Meth and Opiods, and more recently COVID-19.
To celebrate this milestone anniversary, Fenway Health is planning to host a virtual celebration next week, Wednesday, April 28th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. The event is free an open to everyone but to attend you need a good Internet connection and to register on or before 12:00 pm on April 28th.
While the ongoing coronavirus pandemic prevents everyone from coming together in person this year, Fenway Health invites you to join them from the comfort of your home for an evening of celebration.
Celebrate 50 Years of Fenway Health!
April 28, 2021 at 6PM
While COVID-19 prevents Fenway Health from hosting The Men’s Event or Dinner Party this spring, supporters, patients, and staff on April 28th will gather virtually for a gala to celebrate 50 years of Fenway Health.
Listen in with us to the instructive words of Dr. Anthony S. Fauci M.D. who is uniquely poised to speak to our moment. And enjoy music and performances from Boston transplant Neo Gcabo, Mel Fine, and see another side of your providers with a performance by The FChords.
Check out Men’s Event celebratory photos of past attendees, hosts and special guests like Greg Louganis, Harvey Fierstein, Tony Kushner, Rev. Peter Gomes, Senator Edward Kennedy and many more: Men’s Health Memory Lane.
Register to attend FENWAY 50 (registration is free).
Fenway Health had to cancel this year’s Men’s Event and Dinner Party but they have planned a special evening on Wednesday, June 24 with comedian Dana Goldberg, cabaret singer Jon Richardson, and DJ Nate Bluhm to entertain you.
The reimagined event will include many fun moments from the Men’s Event and Dinner Party, but with some very special added twists for everyone who donates $100 or more to The Fenway Health Clinic. For more information, Click here.
Earlier today Fenway Health announced that this year’s Men’s Event which was scheduled to take place Saturday, March 14th has been cancelled, citing public health concerns stemming from the Coronavirus.
It is with considerable regret that I write to inform you that, in light of the emergent developments concerning COVID-19, we will not be able to hold this year’s Men’s Event as scheduled this Saturday, March 14th at the Boston Marriott Copley Place.
I’m sure that this was not an easy decision since this fundraiser is of great importance to Fenway Health, but I understand their reasoning. You can read the full message on the Men’s Event website, mensevent.org.
The 26th annual Fenway Health Men’s Event will take place Friday, March 14th. and 1,200+ gay and bisexual men, transgender people and allies will attend this important fundraiser at the Boston Marriott Copley.
Get Your Tickets to the Men’s Event
Sergio and I will be attending this year’s program and I hope to see you there as well. I believe that tickets remain available. To learn more about the event or to purchase tickets visit, mensevent.org.
Below is a video clip I created following the 2012 Men’s Event. Enjoy and hopefully we will see you at this year’s celebration.
In three weeks Fenway Health will host one of the LGBT community’s largest fundraisers in New England. The Men’s Event, which takes place on Saturday, March 19th will draw more than 1,300 supporters of Fenway Health to raise funds for one of the nation’s largest LGBT clinics and to bring our community together to celebrate our accomplishments.
Tickets remain available for the 2016 Men’s Event on Saturday, March 19. To learn more about the event or to purchase tickets visit, mensevent.org.
The Fenway Men’s Event is right around the corner. Will you be attending the black tie fundraiser for Fenway Health? This will be the second year in a row that Sergio and I will miss the party. The Men’s Event is an annual tradition for many in the Boston area to hop into a tuxedo and come together to help raise money for Boston’s largest LGBT clinic, Fenway Health. More than 1,300 are expected to attend this year’s program that will raise more than $600,000.
To learn more about the Men’s Event visit their website mensevent.org.
Below is a video from The Men’s Event 2012 to whet your appetite and / or to show you all the fun if you’ve never been before and are curious to see more.
Mark your calendars and dust off that tuxedo. Boston’s gay prom is Saturday, April 26. Sergio and I will miss this year’s festivities as we celebrate the wedding of our very good friends Ralph & Joao, but I look forward to hearing all about this year’s Men’s Event.
More information and tickets for The Men’s Event here
Hey Ladies – here is info about The Women’s Dinner Paahty – March 29th
Here is a glimpse of The Fenway Men’s Event 2013.
This past weekend was one of Boston’s largest GLBT fundraisers of the year. More than 1,300 gay men, their friends and allies came together to raise money for one of the nation’s largest GLBT healthcare facilities, The Fenway Health Clinic.
This year’s recipient of the Gerry E. Studds Award was Massachusetts Representative Barney Frank.
Below is a quick video I have created from the 2012 Fenway Men’s Event on Saturday night. Thank you very much to all who posed for a photo and my sincere apologies to those who were not included.