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Annual Gala

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A Wicked Affair

For a Wicked Good Cause

Saturday, October 21, 2023 at the Wells Ave Y

Our annual party is sure to be one for the record books at our brand new facility, where guests will gather for a mysterious evening full of enchanting food, craft cocktails, alluring auctions, and magical music, all to benefit the Y's mission. We are waiting for your arrival....

Visit the event website for more details, including suggested attire, sponsorship and ticket information. For more information about the annual gala, please contact Andrea Newman or call 617-244-6050 ext. 3015.


2022 Roaring Twenties Gala Review

The West Suburban YMCA’s 2022 Annual Gala was held Saturday, November 5. This year’s Gala was sold out, raising nearly $130,000 to support the Y’s mission-based programs, enabling families of all backgrounds to develop healthy habits, build confidence, and foster strong relationships. This special event recognized retiring board chair Ned Morse’s six decades of involvement with the Y, and Newton Mayor Fuller presented Ned Morse with a Mayoral Proclamation of Achievement. The event was emceed by Boston sports personality Nick “Fitzy” Stevens, a longtime friend of the Y. Guests donned festive period attire to match the “Roaring Twenties” theme.  Special thanks to our Sponsors, including The Morse Family, Commodore Builders, Karen DiGiovanni, Boston College, Dedham Savings, Deloitte, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, M&T Bank, The Village Bank, The Gluck Family, Honda Village, Rivermoor Energy, The RMR Group,  Boston Beer Company, Bully Boy Distillers, Dion’s Fine Wines, and Triple Eight Distillery/Nantucket Vineyard. Visit our Facebook album for pictures from the 2022 Roaring Twenties Annual Gala.

View photos from some of our past events, below!

2023 Sponsorship Brochure

You hold the potential to transform lives and strengthen our community. Sponsorships align your organization with one of the most readily recognized brands while supporting one of our region’s oldest and most respected non-profits.