Thursday, May 18, 2017
6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Hibernian Hall | Roxbury Center for the Arts
184 Dudley Street | Roxbury, MA 02119
dancing | music | silent auction | dinner | drinks
ACE's biggest fundraiser and celebration of the year
Jammin' for Justice is a crucial time to support our work. Join us to award local leaders in environmental justice, enjoy dinner and drinks, and celebrate our community while supporting effective EJ organizing in our city and beyond.
Buy your ticket today! Donations of all sizes are encouraged in advance and at the event. No one turned away for lack of funds.
Please RSVP by May 5 and let us know if you would like childcare or translation.
Many ways to give
Become a host. As a host, you set a fundraising goal and invite family and friends to join you in supporting ACE. Hosts will be recognized at the event. To learn more, contact John.
Sponsor Jammin'. Sponsorships provide great visibility for your business or organization and show our community that you support our work. Learn more about sponsorships or contact John for more information.
Donate a silent auction item. Do you have a talent for homemade crafts? Got a connection to a local business? If you have an item you'd like to donate to our silent auction, contact John.
Donate. If you can't make it to the event, you can still donate and help us meet our goal. Donate today!
Volunteer: We'd love your help in raising money to support our work. Plug in as event staff or join us this spring at volunteer nights. Contact John or check our calendar for opportunities to help out.
7:00 to 7:30 Event program
6:00 to 7:00 Dinner and drinks
6:00 to 8:30 Silent auction
7:30 to 9:00 Music and dancing
2017 EJ Awards
As part of our annual celebration, we recognize folks for exceptional work towards environmental justice. We are happy to announce the recipients of our 2017 Environmental Justice Awards:
Hosts play an important role representing ACE to family, friends and potential supporters by inviting allies to support our work. Not only are you a valuable part of our fundraising team, but you'll also be recognized for your work at the event. To learn more or become a host, please contact John.
EJ Steward: $2,500
Movement Builder: $1,500
Community Defender: $1,000
Neighborhood Sustainer: $500
Block Captain: $250
EJ Friend: $100
To become a sponsor, contact John.
Silent auction items
Entertainment & attractions
Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston 2 Museum passes each valued $15
ArtsEmerson a voucher valid for 4 complimentary tickets to an ArtsEmerson performance
The Brattle Theatre a Double Date Pass valued at $74
Jillian's/Lucky Strike Boston After Work Pool Party -- Free Pool party for 20 people, valued $200
The Paint Bar a gift card to The Paint Bar valued $50
The Handel and Haydn Society 2 Ticket Vouchers to a performance in 2017-2018 season, valued $148
American Repertory Theater (A.R.T) a voucher redemable for 2 tickets to a performance
Food & beverage
Veggie Galaxy a gift card to Veggie Galaxy valued $25
Chipotle 2 Dinner for 4 Vouchers valued $100
J.P. Licks a gift card to J.P. Licks valued $20
Aeronaut Brewing Co. a $20 Aeronaut gift card
Gifts, souvenirs & other
Downeast Cider House A gift box, including 2 pint glasses, 2 tour vouchers, 2 koozies, and 2 stickers. Each voucher can be redeemed for a tour, tasting, additional souvenir glass, and growler deposit.
Haley House a $30 Haley House Bakery Cafe gift certificate, a porcelain Haley House 50th Anniversary mug, and a copy of founding chef Didi Emmons' cookbook, Wild Flavors in hardcover. Value $75.
Tasty Burger a Tasty grab bag (gift card, t-shirt & hat)
Home & handmade crafts
Bootstrap Compost a gift certificate good for four weekly pickups ($40 value)
Outdoors, recreation & fitness
Urban AdvenTours 2 gift certificates each valued $50 good for a bike tour or rental
Hubway One annual Hubway membership valued $85
Charles River Canoe & Kayak a certificate valid for up to one full day of rental for one standard canoe, single or double kayak, or stand-up paddleboard.
Bikes Not Bombs 2 gift certificates to Bikes Not Bombs valued $25 each
The Appalachian Mountain Club a family membership valued $75
Salon & Spa
Got a great gift idea? Contact John to donate!
Public transportation directions
Hibernian Hall is accessible by bus routes that serve Dudley Station, including the Silver Line bus and routes 1, 8, 15, 23, 28, 41, 42, 44, 45, 47 and 66. From Dudley Station, walk a block and a half east on Dudley Street. The closest subway stop is Roxbury Crossing (orange line), 0.7 miles away. Several bus routes go from Roxbury Crossing to Dudley Station.
See the MBTA's Trip Planner for more transit information.
From the South:
On Route 93 North, take Exit 18 (Mass Ave/Roxbury) and proceed though two sets of lights. At the third light, take a left onto the Mass Ave Connector/Melnea Cass. Continue for approximately 0.5 miles and turn left onto Harrison Avenue. After three blocks, take a left onto Dudley Street. Hibernian Hall is the second building from the corner on your left hand side.
From the North:
On Route 93 South, take Exit 18 (Mass Ave/Andrew Square) and keep right at the fork to continue onto Melnea Cass Boulevard. Go through one set of lights. At the second light make a left onto Hampden Street. Continue for about 0.4 miles, then make a right onto Dudley Street. Hibernian Hall will be three blocks down on your right.
If you are driving, we recommend that you plan to arrive as early as possible to allow ample time for parking. There is a small parking lot behind Hibernian Hall and street parking available throughout Dudley Square. There is also a large public parking lot across from 2181 Washington Street (ACE's former office), between Washington Street and Harrison Avenue.