6:00 pm starts check-in time for this amazing evening where we Roar Towards a Cure! Join us from 6:00 pm- 7:00 pm for a vibrant silent auction where we will engage in a new, fun way to bid through BidPal. Make sure you submit your cell phone number during the registration process to learn more about how to bid through this exciting mobile program. We will also have cocktails from the era of mobsters, speakeasies, and flappers!
JDRF One Hope Gala- Roaring Towards a Cure!
May 4, 2018, Manchester, NH
Honoring Maureen Toohey, Managing Partner, Toohey Law Group, LLC
Presented by JDRF Northern New England Chapter
The Northern New England Chapter of JDRF will host their annual Hope Gala- a black-tie event that brings together Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire to unite towards the goal of turning Type One into Type None. The evening features an exciting silent and live auction, coupled with an entertaining cocktail hour, dinner and live entertainment. Our goal for the Gala is to raise $250,000 for type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Please join us for "Roaring Towards a Cure" where we will celebrate how far we have come toward the day when we will celebrate a cure. To learn more about the One Hope Gala and how you can participate, please contact the JDRF Northern New England Chapter at (603)222-2300 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
EmceeErin Fehlau anchors the morning and noon weekday newscasts and hosts "NH Chronicle" weekday evenings on WMUR-TV. Erin has received a number of awards through her career including an Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Journalism, an Emmy Award and a National Clarion Award. Before coming to New Hampshire, Erin worked in Portland, Maine as a TV anchor/reporter and prior to that she was a newscast producer in Boston. Erin is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University.
Erin Fehlau joined the WMUR News Team in September of 2001. She anchors the morning and noon weekday newscasts.
Erin came to WMUR from the Fox affiliate in Portland, Maine, where during the 2000 presidential campaign; she broke the news of George W. Bush’s drunken driving arrest. Her story was honored with a number of awards, including a National Clarion Award and Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Journalism.
Before beginning her reporting and anchoring career, Erin worked as a producer at WMTW, the ABC affiliate in Portland, Maine, and at WB56 in Boston. In 1997, while producing “The Ten o’Clock News” at WB56, Erin won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Newscast Producer.
Erin grew up in Bedford, Mass., and is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University. When not working, Erin loves to hit the mountains for skiing or hiking.
Cocktail Hour and Silent Auction- 6:00 pm
Dinner and Program- 7:00 pm
Join us for dinner and our evenings program presentation. Sure to fill your cup with HOPE and passion to find a cure for type 1 diabetes.
Live Auction- 8:15 pm
Here is the exciting part of your night! Bid on amazing live auction prize packages. This auction will be sure to excite, engage, and help Roar Towards a Cure!
Live Band and Dancing- 9:00 pm
Come and break out your skills on the dance floor! Who knows how to Charleston? We hope that you brush off those wing tip shoes and get your fringe dresses out! We plan to close out the night with The Souled Out Show Band and, they are sure to get your toes tapping. Check them out here!
Ways to Give
Fund A Cure
Fund A Cure immediately follows the Live Auction portion of the evening. Fund A Cure is an opportunity to make an impact on the lives of people living with T1D and their loved ones through a 100% tax-deductible donation, which will accelerate life-changing research. Fund A Cure donations will be invested in JDRF’s effective and focused research agenda aimed to progressively remove the impact of T1D from people’s lives until there is a cure.Donate
From dining out and local adventures, to luxury getaways and once in a lifetime experiences, the JDRF Hope Gala features one of the best auctions in town! To donate an auction item, please click here. Interested in joining our committee or learning more about our auctions? Please email Christina Foster or call (603) 222-2300.
Your Way Personal Fundraising Page
Your Way is a platform to setup personal fundraising pages to include friends, family and colleagues who can not attend the Hope Gala to contribute to JDRF’s mission. Click here to setup a Your Way account.
Maureen K. Toohey is the founding member of the Toohey Law Group LLC. She counsels clients regarding the strategic protection and transfer of intellectual property rights, supervises the prosecution of intellectual property portfolios, and litigates intellectual property disputes.
U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen and U.S. Senator Susan Collins
Lisa Guertin, President, Anthem BlueCross BlueShield
Scott Goodrich, President of In-Building Wireless at Westell Technologies
Tom Raffio , President and CEO of Northeast Delta Dental
Ed Damiano, Ph.D. and Steven Russell, MD, Ph.D.
Stefany Shaheen, Chief Operating Officer, Good Measures & Former National Chair, JDRF Children’s Congress
Armory Ballroom, Raddison Hotel
The Armory Ballroom was built in 1904 as the first State Armory in New Hampshire. It is on the National Register of Historic Places, and little has been changed to the original building. It still maintains the original brick walls and hardwood floors, and one can still see where the horse stalls were below it. The Manchester Downtown Hotel was built around this building in 1984. The Armory Ballroom hosts a multitude of varied events throughout the year, and has seen many presidential candidates walk through its doors for events during the NH Primary elections. It can host events of up to one thousand guests.
700 Elm Street
Manchester, NH 03103