On Saturday, April 21, 2018, over 1,100 lesbian and bi women, transgender people, and their allies in elegant attire will gather in the elegant Boston Marriott Copley ballroom for a celebration of philanthropy, advancements in women’s health, and our vibrant LGBT community. It will truly be an evening to remember!


The Fenway Health Dinner Party is one of New England’s largest LGBT-focused charitable events. Attendees will enjoy a gourmet dinner, bid on unique auction items, and dance the night away. The best part? All this fun helps support the lifesaving work of Fenway Health. Philanthropy never looked so good!


Don’t miss your chance to attend the party of the year and make a huge difference in our community. Join us for this year’s Dinner Party!

Please call 617.927.6350.

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After a fun-filled night of food, friends, laughs, and dancing, who wants to commute? Consider staying right at the beautiful Boston Marriott Copley Place, which is offering special group rates for Dinner Party guests. Click here to book your room by March 30, 2018.


The Dinner Party will be held on Saturday, April 21, 2018, at the Boston Marriott Copley Place from 6 PM to 1 AM.

All Dinner Party tables seat 12 people.  Tickets to this year’s Dinner Party are $225 each and tables cost $2,700.

If you wish to purchase tickets to attend The Dinner Party and do not have a Table Captain, you can select a mix and mingle table or seat me anywhere. Call Fenway’s Development Department at 617.927.6350 or email us at information@fenwayhealth.org if you have any questions.

While the system is processing your credit card transaction, you will have the opportunity to provide us with the names of any guests you are purchasing tickets for. Please also indicate if anyone in your party has dietary restrictions, food allergies, or mobility issues we should be aware of.




Can’t attend but still want to support Fenway Health and The Dinner Party?




Table Captains are the life of the party! Guarantee a table in the elegant Boston Marriott Copley Place ballroom for you and 11 of your friends by booking today. Tables are $2,700, and individual tickets are $225.

To sign up to be a Table Captain today, complete the Table Captain Registration Form. Please allow 24-48 hours for your name to appear on the Table Captain pull-down list on The Dinner Party ticket purchase page. If you have any questions or wish to have your guests purchase tickets by phone, please call 617.927.6350.




Purchase your tickets by December 31, 2017 and pay a reduced rate of $200 per ticket and $2,400 per table.

Take advantage of our installment plan and purchase your table or tickets with four equal payments. Just select the installment plan option on the ticket purchase form.


Would you like to increase your philanthropic visibility and make your Dinner Party experience even more fabulous? Ask us about hosting a Premium Table; where you have the opportunity to pay tribute to someone who has made a difference in your life with a naming opportunity and enjoy benefits that will enhance your evening. Contact Niamh Foley at nfoley@fenwayhealth.org for more information.


Table Captains get to choose their table location! Sign up early and pledge to fill your table, or pay for the table in full, to ensure that you and your guests have a great table location. Table Captains will select their table location in the order in which their tables are paid.

Signing up as a Table Captain will ensure that friends all sit together. Have your name or a Table name listed on the “Purchase Tickets” page, so that your guests can go online, select your name, and easily purchase their tickets to your table.

Meet others like you leading up to the big night. Table Captains receive invitations to special Dinner Party Table Captain events. 

*  Please note, unsold tickets at your table should be released back to Fenway Health by April 6 or paid for by the Table Captain.


Please pay for your table in full no later than April 6, 2018.

The Table Selection Party will be held on April 12, 2018 at Fenway Health’s 1340 Boylston Street location.

Diane Nyad
Our 2018 Dr. Susan M. Love Award Winner

Fenway Health is proud to honor renowned athlete Diana Nyad with the Dr. Susan M. Love Award. Nyad is being recognized for her contributions to women’s athletics and fitness.

Each year, the Dr. Susan M. Love Award is given to honor and celebrate a woman and/or organization that has made a significant contribution to the field of women’s health. The Love Award is given in honor of its founding recipient, Dr. Susan M. Love, a pioneer in the fields of women’s health and breast cancer. Love helped found the Revlon/UCLA Breast Center in 1992 and currently heads up the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation, which is dedicated to eradicating breast cancer.

On September 2, 2013, at the age of sixty-four, Diana Nyad became the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without the aid of a shark cage, swimming 111 miles in fifty-three hours from Havana to Key West. In the 1970s, she became known as the world’s greatest long distance swimmer with her open-water achievements, including a record-breaking swim around Manhattan.

For the next thirty years, Nyad was a prominent sports broadcaster and journalist, filing compelling stories for National Public Radio, ABC’S Wide World of Sports, and others. She is the author of the upcoming memoir, Find a Way, and three other books, is a national fitness icon, is a talented linguist, and is one of today’s most powerful and engaging public speakers.

Diana is a brave survivor who encourages women to tell their stories of the trusted sexual predators who are so dominate in our society and who continue to victimize women every day. By sharing her own story of abuse, she inspires other women to begin the long journey of healing themselves.

Dinner Party Co-chairs

Katelyn Dolan

Katelyn’s relationship with Fenway Health began when she moved to Boston in 2010 to pursue her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Fenway provided Katelyn with an environment where she felt welcome, safe and accepted throughout her coming out journey. Her experiences as a patient at Fenway Health led Katelyn to join the Young Leaders Council and its Steering Committee, the Fenway Health Dinner Party Committee, and to participate in the Harbor to the Bay ride over the past five years.

Katelyn graduated from Assumption College with a BA in Biology and Economics; she then received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Simmons College in 2014. Professionally, Katelyn began her career as an Inpatient Acute Physical Therapist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, an affiliate of Fenway Health. After two and a half years, Katelyn decided to pursue her passion in pediatrics and joined the Inpatient Acute Physical Therapy team at Boston Children’s Hospital. Additionally, she serves as one of the Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach’s at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Theresa C. Murray

Theresa C. Murray retired as the Executive Director of the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency in 2013.  She led the State’s response and recovery efforts for Superstorm Sandy and presented nationally on cybersecurity initiatives developed in the State.

In 2009, Murray retired as an Assistant Special Agent in Charge following a 25 year career in federal law enforcement, where she managed offices in Boston, New York and San Juan. Murray’s New York office was destroyed by the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 and she served at Ground Zero in the days following the attacks.

Murray is a National Executive Board Emeritus member of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association. She was the first woman to be elected as a national officer of the association.

Murray is a graduate of Salve Regina University with a BS in Criminal Justice. The University honored Murray with a Alumni Achievement Award.

Murray is a member of the Board of Directors for The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus. She is a long time supporter of The Dinner Party and previously served as a Co-Chair in 2012.

Amanda Preston-Sicari

Amanda Preston-Sicari is the Director of Recruitment for the Boston Public Schools, where she oversees recruitment systems and policies for all teacher, principal, and headmaster positions in the district. She and her team are continuously working to build a high quality, effective, diverse, and passionate teacher and school leader community in BPS. Amanda holds a Master’s in Urban Education Policy from Brown University, and a Bachelor’s from Bryn Mawr College.

She has been a member of the Dinner Party Planning Committee since 2014, and is a member of Fenway’s Young Leaders Council. This past April, thanks to Fenway Health’s Alternative Insemination Program and wonderful Women’s Health team, she and her wife welcomed their daughter Linnéa into their family.


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