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December 7, 2018, Friday - Hennepin Healthcare Foundation's Light up the Night at The Armory

Time: 6p -10p

Location: The Armory, 500 6th Street S

Hennepin Healthcare Foundation's Light up the Night

Nowhere is generosity more publicly expressed for Hennepin Healthcare than at Light Up the Night. This signature gala is an exceptional opportunity to celebrate and support the crucial role Hennepin Healthcare (formally HCMC) plays in our community. Caring for anyone at any time with any condition takes a team of people and resources. Created in 2011 by the Hennepin Healthcare Foundation, this gala has raised over $2 million in proceeds for patient care, community health, medical education and innovation. 

This year’s gala will publicly launch the Center for Family Healing, the nation’s first two-generation approach to child and family mental health and well-being.

Our eighth year will offer some refreshing surprises while retaining our hallmark action stations. Returning to the beautifully renovated Armory, our gala will embrace the art deco theme and encourages attire reminiscent of the 1930s.