Date

May 19, 2022
6:00 p.m.

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Dress

Cocktail attire

Celebrating 15 years!

Join us for Spring Celebration as we celebrate the impact Youth Villages has had in our local communities over the past 15 years. Hear the incredible stories of young adults and families who have received services through Youth Villages and how their lives have changed for the better.

There are 46,736 children and 2,271 young adults in state care and they need our help to live successfully and achieve independence. They face unimaginable challenges and lack the necessary skills and support systems to achieve success. Our Intercept® and LifeSet programs are changing that with the help of donors like you.

This unforgettable evening will raise funds to provide access to our life-changing services. Together, we will change the trajectory of young people’s lives!

Spring Celebration Photo Gallery

Matt Stone with colleagues at Spring Celebration

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorships are a great way to show how your brand is making a difference in the community while empowering young people.

Presenting Sponsor

  • Special acknowledgement of generous support from podium
  • Photo opportunities with event chairs, VIPs and notable guests
  • Featured placement on event website and special mention in Youth Villages post-event communications, event press release and Massachusetts and New Hampshire social media updates
  • Special opportunity to be included in post-event letter to attendees and board chairs.
  • Recognized in Youth Villages’ Annual Report
  • Ten (10) valet parking passes
  • Max. 1 Corporate Sponsor

Diamond Sponsor

  • Acknowledgement of generous support from podium
  • Photo opportunities with event chairs, VIPs and notable guests
  • Logo/Name listing on event website and mention in Youth Villages post-event communications and Massachusetts and New Hampshire social media updates
  • Recognized in Youth Villages’ Annual Report
  • Five (5) valet parking passes

Ruby Sponsor

  • Logo/Name listing on event website and mention in Youth Villages post-event communications and Massachusetts and New Hampshire social media updates
  • Recognized in Youth Villages’ Annual Report

Platinum Sponsor

  • Logo/Name listing on event website and mention in Youth Villages post-event communications
  • Recognized in Youth Villages’ Annual Report

Gold Sponsor

  • Logo/Name listing on event website and mention in Youth Villages post-event communications
  • Recognized in Youth Villages’ Annual Report

 All advertisements for program book are due by April 8, 2022. To be listed in program book, must pledge by May 3, 2022. If you have any questions, contact Katie Dilly.

By purchasing this ticket, I allow Youth Villages to share my information with the event management company, Corinthian Events.

Thanks to our Sponsors

Presenting

Anita and Josh Bekenstein
The Klarman Family Foundation
One8 Foundation

Diamond

Sandy and Paul Edgerley

Barbara and Amos Hostetter

Ruby

Amy and David Abrams

CREF logo

Platinum

Anonymous

Mickey and Bob Atchinson

Monica and Peter Campanella

Amy and Darrell Crate

Lisa and Michael Josephson

KristIn and Paul Marcus

Yvette Lowenthal-Mulderry and Peter Mulderry

Dana and Rob Smith

Gold

Anonymous

Amanda Eisel & John Becker

Susan and Stephen Burbage

Charlie Baker and Karyn Polito logo

Rekha and Ryan Hayden

Frances Lawler

Anne and Paul Marcus

Jill and Michael Stansky

The Sweetser Family

Dr. Pramila Yadav

Youth Villages Leadership Council

Fusion IQ logo

Leader Bank logo

Nutter uncommon law

Honoring Matt Stone

Executive Director, Youth Villages Massachusetts and New Hampshire

As Youth Villages’ executive director for Massachusetts and New Hampshire, Matthew Stone is responsible for all clinical, administrative, business development and fundraising activities in these states.

After joining Youth Villages in 2001 as a direct care counselor at Youth Villages’ Dogwood Campus in Tennesse, Matt went on to manage Youth Villages’ residential and community-based programs.

In June 2006, he moved to Massachusetts to bring LifeSet™ and Intercept to New England.

In 2011, Matt was named one of Boston’s “Top 40 Under 40” by the Boston Business Journal. He recently served as chair of The Children’s League of Massachusetts and remains on the league’s board of directors. Matt is also co-chair of the Transition Age Youth Coalition in Massachusetts, a founding member of the Massachusetts Permanency Practice Alliance and is involved in the Massachusetts Providers Council and the Association for Behavioral Healthcare.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in social work.

He is also an award-winning music composer and sound designer. His work has been featured in numerous theatrical productions.

Matt and his wife, Kristen, are the parents of two children.

Announcing the Secretary Marylou Sudders Excellence in Human Services Award

Secretary Marylou Sudders has been a champion for Youth Villages since day one. Her commitment to children, families and transition-age youth is an inspiration to everyone in the health and human services field and beyond. The Secretary Marylou Sudders Excellence in Human Services Award honors her decades of service and dedication in the fields of human services, social work and public service.

Secretary Sudders will present the award to a member of the Youth Villages staff who demonstrates excellence in advocacy, education, service and leadership.

Julia’s Story

Julia

Julia

LifeSet Participant

Youth Villages brings stability to the lives of young adults. Julia, a participant in the LifeSet program, struggled with mental health issues and Youth Villages was there to support her. Watch the full story here.

Local Board

Amanda Eisel

Board Chair

Peter Campanella

Amy Crate

Ryan Hayden

Chief Innovation Officer
CREF

Joanna Jacobson

President
One8 Foundation

Beth Klarman

President
The Klarman Family Foundation

Sharon Liszanckie

Executive Director
Boston Preparatory Charter Public School

Kristen Lucken

Chair
Religious Studies Program at Brandeis

Pamela Giasson Lynch

Product Development Leader
TPI Composites, Inc.

Yvette Lowenthal-Mulderry

Mark O’Donnell

President & CEO
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Massachusetts

Malisa Schuyler

Vice President, Government Affairs
Beth Israel Lahey Health

Wendy Vincent

Managing Director
Crescent Advisors

Pramila Yadav, MD

Obstetrician/Gynecologist
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Any questions?

Contact Katie Dilly

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