November 10, 2014
Symphony Hall, Boston
  • Mission Gratitude
  • Mission Gratitude
  • The Home Base Program


A benefit concert to heal the “invisible wounds” of war

Mission Gratitude, the largest benefit concert in New England to heal the invisible wounds of war promises to be an evening of great music, humor and inspiration. We are honored to have as our featured performing artist, the incredibly talented Mr. Harry Connick, Jr.

Mission Gratitude raises funds for the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program. Home Base helps Post 9/11 veterans and their families heal from Post-Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injury through clinical care, education and research. It is estimated that one in three returning veterans experience these invisible wounds of war. Home Base serves active duty, Guard, Reserve and out-of-uniform veterans throughout New England regardless of their discharge status, insurance or ability to pay.

Mission Gratitude is chaired by Jack Connors, Jr. (founding partner and chairman emeritus, Hill Holliday Connors Cosmopulos); David Ginsberg (vice chairman, Fenway Sports Group); Peter Slavin, MD (president, Mass General Hospital); and Tom Werner (chairman, Boston Red Sox and Red Sox Foundation).

Sponsor Mission Gratitude

There are many ticket, hospitality and branding opportunities for companies to get involved with Mission Gratitude and support the Home Base Program mission. To learn more, please review the online sponsorship kit or call Paula Goldfarb at 617.726.8373 or Patrick Manchon at 617.643.9838.