MFI’s Annual Fundraising Banquet: Tickets now available

Earlier this month, we announced that we will be welcoming national radio talk show host, NBC news analyst and Washington Post contributing columnist Hugh Hewitt for our 26th Annual Fundraising Banquet on Friday, October 20! You can find out more about Hugh Hewitt here.

We are excited to announce that tickets are now available!

The 2017 banquet ticket price is $125. However, we are able to offer Early Bird Banquet Tickets at $100 each this spring ONLY. Tickets sell out quickly, so we encourage you to purchase our tickets today! There will also be a VIP Reception with Hugh Hewitt from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.  This is an exciting opportunity to get to meet Hugh in this intimate setting. VIP tickets are $50 per guest. Simply click below to purchase individual Banquet and VIP tickets.

If you are interested in purchasing a table of ten, please call our office at 781.569.0400 or send a check to Massachusetts Family Institute, 400 TradeCenter, Suite 1950, Woburn, MA 01801 and include the names of the 10 guests who will be sitting at the table so we can prepare their name tags. There are no group discounts available. If you have any questions, please call the MFI office at 781.569.0400.

We look forward to hearing from Hugh Hewitt this October as we celebrate another year of serving your family here in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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