Thank you for joining us at
Road to Responsibility’s 29thAnniversary
Making Lives Better Gala
Boston Marriott Quincy, 1000 Marriott Drive, Quincy
Friday, September 22, 2017
Thank you to everyone for Making Lives Better! This year’s annual gala was one of the most successful events in RTR’s recent history. Thanks to the incredible donors and sponsors, volunteers, families, staff, Board of Directors, and friends in the community, the event raised more than $267,000! Funds raised that evening go directly to the programs, people, and families who are served by RTR every day.
NECN’s Michael Page returned again this year to emcee the spectacular event. The highlight of the evening came when Dan Fabrizio of Quincy and formerly of Braintree spoke to the audience about the incredible transformation of his son, since coming to RTR. “I can now sleep at night knowing my son, who will always need care, is safe and cared for” said Dan during his speech. “I now have my happy son back,” he said.
Click here to view photos from the Gala.
With sincere thanks to our Silver and Bronze Sponsors!
Baker, Braverman, & Barbadoro
Black Rock Advertising
Burke Distributing Company
Perry Brokerage Associates
Mr. & Ms. Donald & Sharon Clancy
Enterprise Fleet Management
Granite City Electric
Legacy Resnik, LLC
Mountain One Bank
Jody & Tim Nash
Philadelphia Insurance Companies
Roche Bros. Sudbury Farms
SESCO Realty Trust
Signet Electronic Systems, Inc.
Twin Rivers Technologies
Kornerstone Realty Group
Mr. & Mrs. Ray McConaghy
Thank you for celebrating with us, and for supporting us!
Road To Responsibility (RTR) is a community service provider that helps adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities such as Autism, Down syndrome and many others. We provide a home, a job, therapeutic services, and a community for more than 1000 people throughout the South Shore. RTR is one of the largest service providers in the region and helps some of our most vulnerable and most in need in the community.
To provide the means, the opportunity, and the support necessary to allow people with disabilities to take their place as productive members of the community.