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The 29th Annual Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner

The 29th Annual Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner

Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Cipriani Wall Street
55 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005
Reception 6:30 p.m. Dinner 7:30 p.m. 
Black Tie
Honoree: Jeffrey R. Immelt, H'10
Chairman and CEO of GE
Jeffrey R. Immelt
Jeffrey R. Immelt
To reserve a table, please contact Joanne Goggins
at wsc@bc.edu or 617-552-9032.
To purchase tickets or an advertisement in the program, or to make a contribution to the Wall Street Tribute Dinner, please click here.
Below, please find benefactor levels for the dinner.

Benefactor Dinner Levels

$100,000+ Founder

Includes table of 10 with VIP seating, President’s reception, recognition as a Founder in Tribute Dinner marketing materials, and full-page recognition in program ($97,000 tax-deductible, $3,000 non-tax-deductible)

$50,000+ Dinner Chair

Includes table of 10 with premier seating, President’s reception, recognition as a Dinner Chair in Tribute Dinner marketing materials and half-page recognition in program ($47,000 tax-deductible, $3,000 non-tax-deductible)

$25,000+ Dinner Vice Chair

Includes a table of 10 with preferred seating and recognition as a Dinner Vice Chair in Tribute Dinner marketing materials and program ($22,000 tax-deductible, $3,000 non-tax-deductible)

$2,500 individual ticket

($2,200 tax-deductible, $300 non-tax-deductible)

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Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner

This year, the council is honoring Jeffrey R. Immelt, H'10, Chairman and CEO of GE, with the President's Medal for Excellence in recognition of his exceptional career, as well as the personal and professional contributions he has made to society. More than 1,000 alumni, parents, and friends of Boston College will gather for the celebration.

Over the past 28 years, the Tribute Dinner has raised more than $26 million for the Wall Street Council Scholarship Fund. More than 300 scholarships have been awarded to undergraduates in the Gabelli Presidential Scholars Program. In addition to their accomplishments at BC, many of these students later become recipients of the nation's most prestigious academic awards, including Rhodes, Marshall, Winston Churchill, Truman, and Goldwater Scholarships, as well as Fulbright and Jacob K. Javits Fellowships.

If you have any questions regarding the Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner,
please contact Joanne Goggins at 617-552-9032 or email wsc@bc.edu.

Relive the memories from the 2016 Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner.


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