Victory Programs’ Dinnerfest Party + Auction will include more than 100 auction packages to Boston area restaurants and food purveyors to support their mission of opening doors to health, hope and housing. Hosted by Sammy Levitt, Dinnerfest will take place at The Brahmin Restaurant on Sunday, April 21, from 3-6pm. The Brahmin is located next to Victory Programs’ Boston Living Center, New England’s largest community resource center for people living HIV/AIDS. Guests interested in touring the Center during the Dinnerfest event will be given champagne tours of the facility, which serves more than 1,200 individuals each year.
“For 20 years, Dinnerfest has been an original, festive and one-of-a-kind event to benefit the Boston Living Center,” says Victory Programs President & CEO Jonathan Scott. “Victory Programs is thrilled to again host this colorful community reception and best of Boston dining auction to support people living with HIV/AIDS.”
Guests at Dinnerfest will enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while bidding on silent and live auction packages to some of the area’s most acclaimed eateries including Blue Ginger, L’Espalier, Mistral, Mooo, and The Bristol Lounge at the Four Seasons. Special celebrity dinners with noted local foodie Joan Parker, widow of famed novelist Robert Parker, and Kiss108 producer Jim Clerkin will also be up for grabs. Additional auction items include vacation packages to New Orleans, San Francisco, Chicago, and Napa Valley.
Tickets to this event are on sale ($60 in advance, and $70 at the door) and can be purchased at www.vpi.org.
Since its inception in 1975, Victory Programs has expanded to 17 health and housing programs in Boston and Cambridge, helping more than 2,700 homeless individuals and families get back on their feet every year. Victory Programs provides services to people who are facing homelessness, addiction, mental illness, or chronic health issues such as HIV/AIDS, providing clients with the tools needed to transition to healthy, self-sufficient lives.
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