Charitable Events

Get involved, have fun, and support our goal of redefining aging.

Events that Fuel Innovation

By participating, supporting, sponsoring, or volunteering at one of our events, you are helping to ensure a bright future for all of us as we age.

Hebrew SeniorLife has two annual events. EngAGE is our signature event, with compelling speakers, panel discussions, and intimate dinner parties afterwards. It’s an easy, fun way to learn something new, laugh with friends, and benefit seniors at the same time. Our golf tournament is another fun event that raises funds for the seniors in our care, research on how we can age well, and education for the next generation of care providers. We also have smaller, educational events throughout the year. Come join us, and help us reinvent the experience of aging.

For more information about these events, contact Stacey Weinbaum, Executive Director, Board Relations at 617-971-5790 or Weinbaum@hsl.harvard.edu.

Our Annual Events

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EngAGE

For more than 100 years, Hebrew SeniorLife has been redefining senior care. Today, we have the opportunity of a lifetime to change the way we age, for ourselves and future generations.

EngAGE 2022 will be held on Monday, September 12, 2022, at the Leader Bank Pavilion. Featured speakers include actress, comedian, and writer Fran Drescher, and Emmy Award-winning actor, author, director, and producer Henry Winkler.

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Beautiful day with a golfer on the green with several other golfers in background

Golf Tournament

Each year, Hebrew SeniorLife holds a golf tournament to raise funds to help our seniors live with independence, dignity, and joy, no matter what their age or ability. This year’s golf tournament will take place on Monday, August 22, 2022, at the Belmont Country Club. For more information, call the Development office at 617-971-5786 or visit our golf page.

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Our EngAGE event is both thought-provoking and entertaining; guest speakers have included Arianna Huffington, Alan Alda, Rita Moreno, and Meredith Vieira, to name just a few.