Supporting the Sleep and Health Benefit Dinner

For information about travel, reservations or sponsorship, or to RSVP, please call 617-732-4013, or via E-mail at PDF versions of invitation, RSVP and hotel information are available on request.

Recognition of Support

Support for the Sleep and Health Benefit Dinner is recognized at the following levels:
Underwriter    $25,000 and greater
Benefactor     $10,000 and greater
Patron             $5,000 and greater
Sponsor             $500 and greater
Leader               $250 and greater
Support for this event is recognized on the Division of Sleep Medicine's website (see below), and on tables and in the program for the event. Support at the level of Patron and Benefactor entitles the giver up to 10 seats at the event, and Underwriters may fill up to 20 seats. Requests for seating with specific Faculty members will be honored as closely as possible.

Gifts of all sizes are welcome, and will be recognized accordingly. Checks should be made payable to Brigham and Women's Hospital, with the notation "Sleep and Health Benefit Dinner", and mailed to BWH Development Office, 116 Huntington Avenue, Third Floor, Boston, MA 02116. Gifts may also be made via credit card. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. The fair market value of each dinner is $75.

Support for this event advances the educational mission of the Division of Sleep Medicine. The Division of Sleep Medicine thanks its many supporters for their commitment and participation.

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Note regarding COI guidelines: Massachusetts has recently enacted legislation which in many instances prohibits pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers from making provisions for or payment for meals for health care practitioners licensed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Chapter 111N and implementing regulations).  View the Division of Sleep Medicine's policy statements in response to this legislation.

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