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Lighting the Spark Fundraiser Gala

Presented by Literations at 90FS Rooftop, Boston MA

May 25 2022
Lighting the Spark Fundraiser Gala

Literations Presents: Lighting the Spark

Lighting the Spark is a night for members of the Literations community to come together and celebrate student success, as well as hear inspiring stories from champions in the field.

Special Guest:  Kristin McSwain, Jay Kim, and Gigi Green

Performance by: Vivian Luo (on the electric violin)
At Lighting the Spark, we gather to enjoy unique appetizers and an open bar, as well as speakers and performers. When you join us in Lighting the Spark, you're joining a community dedicated to changing the lives of young readers with the gift of literacy, and making a night of memories to last for years to come. This year's goal is to raise $160,000!
Kristin McSwain leads Boston’s

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Tickets are only available online for $150 at

There is also an option to join our free virtual event on June 1st using the same link!
Please consider donating at
No amount is too small!!

In observance of current trends and local COVID-19 numbers, we will now be requiring full vaccination for all Lighting the Spark guests, staff, and volunteers. As defined by the CDC, a person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving a second dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine or two weeks after receiving a single dose of the Janssen/Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. Cards will be checked for guests upon arrival.


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90FS Rooftop

1 Federal St, Boston, MA 02110


    • Wheelchair Access


A glass slipper in front a blue background. Gold sparkles fly in an arc over the shoe. Above the shoe, white text reads,

A feminine-presenting person stands in front of a dark background. They have dark skin with dark curly hair. They wear a sleeveless red shirt. Their hand is placed behind their head and their left hand is on their hips. White text at the top of the image reads,