|17th Annual Comedy Night
Thursday, March 8, 2012 at 7:30 PM (ET) Boston, MA
Celebrate Rebuilding Together Boston's 20th Anniversary and enjoy an evening of laughter! Buy Tickets Onlline >>
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Limited tickets available at the door
Our 16th Annual Comedy Night was held on March 10, 2011 at Nick’s Comedy Stop in Boston’s Theater District. This special salute to our volunteers also honored three special supporters of Rebuilding Together Boston for their long-time contributions to our mission and work: Steve DiNisco, Starbucks Coffee Company and Steve and Deb Sousa, past Board members. All have served as House Captains for many years and have helped our organization is so many other ways.
A special thank you for their continued support, which made the evening a great success, to Nick’s Comedy Stop for hosting our event; Susan Wornick for serving as our Mistress of Ceremonies and auctioneer; and, Harrison Stebbins for coordinating the comedians and for making us laugh!
Check back for news on our 17th Annual Comedy Night scheduled for winter, 2012.
Jimmy Choo In-Store Event
Jimmy Choo in Copley Place hosted two special evenings for Rebuilding Together Boston. Attendees enjoyed a wonderful reception while they shopped and a portion of the proceeds from all in-store sales benefited our organization. Thank you to Thomas Crewe, Jimmy Choo, and to Susan Wornick, Meredith Rosenberg and Janice Walker for hosting our events.
Without the help of RT Boston, both projects, which were greatly needed, would not have occurred. These areas are more functional and look better, brighter, and more cheerful, and they are a moral support to the veterans we support. It demonstrates to them that we have a supportive community that truly cares about their needs. The veterans, staff, and Board of Directors of NECHV are extremely grateful to Rebuilding Together (RT) Boston for their overwhelming support and friendship this year, and we all appreciate the fine renovations that help us further our mission.
-- New England Center for Homeless Veterans