Boston Children’s Museum’s Young Professionals Council invites you to join them at Party on the Point! Enjoy drinks, heavy appetizers, and dancing on the water of the Fort Point Channel while testing your luck in our raffle – all to raise critical funds that provide quality educational activities to children and their families during the summer months.
This event is 21+ and summer cocktail attire is strongly encouraged. Complimentary beer, wine, and heavy appetizers will be provided. Stay tuned for more surprises as we get closer to the event!
Early Bird tickets to run through May 6th: $50
Regular tickets May 7th through May 30th: $65
Week of Tickets May 31st through June 5th: $80
Party on the Point is Boston Children’s Museum’s signature event for local young professionals. Hosted by the Museum’s Young Professionals’ Council, this party is the first year of this new volunteer group for over 400 young professional attendees. The proceeds from this fundraiser help counteract summer learning loss through the numerous summer enrichment opportunities at the Museum.
Summer learning loss can leave low-income students 2.5-3 years behind their peers by 5th grade, and accounts for 2/3 of the achievement gap in reading by 9th grade. Boston Children’s Museum admits 160,000 children and families for free or at reduced admission – these families may otherwise not be able to afford to visit.
Students who fall behind over the summer are less likely to graduate from high school or go on to college. The Museum keeps children engaged in learning experiences over the summer that can strengthen retention and prepare them for the new school year.
The Young Professionals’ Council is a group of supporters ages 21–39 who value early childhood education and development and are devoted to the mission of Boston Children’s Museum. All are committed to helping develop the next generation of minds to support, build and strengthen our greater community.
Sarah Becker, Citizens Bank
Salem Chism, Autodesk, Inc.
Krisha Cowen, Steward Health Care
Peter Crowley, Citizens Bank
Veronica Doherty, Citizens Bank
Ryan Ederle, UBS
Alexis Egidio, PwC
Fred Fang, Citizens Bank
Christina Gill, Merrill Lynch, Bank of America
Amber Haskell, MFS Investment Management
Ed Jennings, Citizens Bank
Michael Leoni, PwC
Sarah Levitin, Partners in Health
Christopher Lynch, Citizens Bank
Andrew Minigan, The Right Question Institute
Jessica Minzola, PwC
Colleen Murray, Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Patrick O'Brien, Citizens Bank
Rani Patel, PwC
Matthew Possanza, Citizens Bank
Parth Rajwade, PwC
Casey Renner, Open View Partners
Patrick Rosseel, Citizens Bank
AJ Silver, EY
Savhanna Soucy, PwC
Laura Sprague, Liberty Mutual Insurance
Jason Upham, Citizens Bank
Daniela Visnjic , Citizens Bank
Marcos Zatkulak, PWC
Xi Zhao, Spinnaker, LLC.