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Passport to Pairings

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THE EVENT 

Join the BBF on June 25th for a trip around the world where you will explore pairings of gourmet cuisine and signature drinks, while learning about how the BBF pairs with the BBA to fund the BBA’s portfolio of public service programs. This event brings together hundreds of guests, from leaders of the bar to summer associates, for a relaxed culinary event featuring gourmet cuisine, signature drinks, live jazz and more.   

Attendees of Passport to Pairings will travel throughout the offices of 16 Beacon Street to stations holding different food and beverage pairings, each representing a project benefitted by the event. Stations will be hosted by BBA staff members ready to tell attendees all about the work they are supporting.  Each attendee will be given a “passport” upon arrival to have stamped at each station. Catch a glimpse of the event in our photo album from last year’s Passports to Pairings debut. 


THE CAUSE

Join us for the tastiest event of the summer and to benefit programs that provide educational and employment opportunities to Boston youth, support for military veterans, pro bono assistance to those in need and much more. 100% of the proceeds from this event help fund Boston Bar Association Public Service programs. Learn all about the great public service projects that Pairings helps to support: 

 

M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program

Through this program, volunteer lawyers teach Boston teens about their financial rights and responsibilities—giving them the tools they need to succeed. Learn more here


Law Day in Schools  

Every spring, lawyers and judges from all over the city visit classes across the Boston Public School system as part of Law Day in the Schools to share their passion for law with students of all ages.  Learn more here

 

Lawyer for a day in Boston Housing Court

At Lawyer for a day in Boston Housing Court volunteer lawyers and law students offer their assistance to unrepresented tenants and landlords on Eviction Day. Since 1999 over 15,000 people have received assistance and better access to justice through this program. Learn more here

 

The Community Re-entry Readiness Program 

The Community Re-entry Readiness program provides information to federal probationers on key civil and legal issues that they may face as they work to readjust to life outside of prison. Learn more here

 

The Military Legal Helpline

The Military Legal Helpline was established to address the unmet legal issues faced by veterans, military personnel, and their families. Learn more here

 

The BBA Summer Jobs Program 

This year The Boston Bar Foundation will fund a record breaking 15 jobs for Boston Public high school students. BBF students selected through the program will gain valuable paid work experience at non-profit community organizations, government offices and the courts. Learn more here




Location

Boston Bar Association
16 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108

 

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Time & Date

June 25th 6pm, 2015