The Caribbean Foundation of Boston Announces the 36th Annual MLK Memorial Virtual Gala In Boston, Massachusetts.
The Caribbean Foundation of Boston is pleased to announce that on Sunday, March 28th, 2021 from 4 to 6 PM, it will hold its 36thAnnual Fundraising Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Gala virtually, via Zoom. We take this opportunity to thank all our sponsors and patrons, especially those who have already paid for advertising and purchased tickets. Thank you for patiently waiting with us during 2020 due to cancelled public events because of the COVID-19 Pandemic. We appreciate your confidence and patience. It is a reminder of Ms. Beulah Providence’s favorite slogan: “Let’s keep Hope alive”.
It is important to note that this event is vital to this non-profit organization 501 (c) 3, who has for almost 50 years provided quality in home and resident care for numerous seniors and physically challenged members in the Roxbury, Dorchester, Mattapan, Hyde Park & South End Communities. The pandemic has unexpectedly changed many dynamics that we considered to be the norm. Our clients as well as employees are hurting in various ways. However, this event is vital to the morale and legacy of the Caribbean Foundation of Boston which are faith, hope and love. Love being at the heart of our service to the urban elderly population. Therefore, we encourage and invite you to mark the date March 28th 2021 on your calendar. Please share this information with your associates, relatives, and friends. Everyone is welcomed to attend!
The following are highlights and information for the program:
Master of Ceremony
Ricky Anderson, Local Media Personality
Reverend, Doctor Debora Jackson, PhD, Dean of the Business School Worcester Polytechnical Institute.
Marcus Facey, BPS Student, John D. O’Bryant High School
The MLK Memorial Ensemble arrangements by Composer Moses Hogan.
Paul White, Paul White Music
Tasia Providence-Bhegani – The African Creed
Ms. Beulah Providence, Founder & Executive Director of Caribbean Foundation of Boston, Inc.
Mrs. Divina Nieves-Masso, Chief Operations Officer
Dr. Delores Richardson, PhD, Board Chair
Marcia Fearon – Silent Auction
Deborah Smith Pressley – Garrett Pressley Autism Resource Center
Catherine Hardaway – Final Touch Boutique
Robert Edwards – Whittier Street Health Center
Beverly Harris – The Goldenaires of Freedom House
Senior Pastor Art Gordon & 1st Lady Portia Gordon – Saint John’s Missionary Baptiste Church
Ian Glaude – Berklee School of Music
Glen Noel – Jah Jah Drummers
The Silent Auction includes a variety of American Memorabilia & Trips.
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Checks Payable to:
Caribbean Foundation of Boston, Inc
317 Blue Hill Ave, Dorchester, MA 02121
Ticket Price: $50.00
For More Information
Regarding ticket sales, silent auction items, program, please call or email we will be happy to help you:
Crystal Dodson, Executive Administrative Assistant 617-445-1228
Divina Nieves – Masso, Chief Executive Officer.