150 more seats now opened at MFI’s Banquet with Ravi Zacharias

In celebration of a quarter century of defending family values in our Commonwealth, Massachusetts Family Institute Ravi_Zacharias_RZIM_International_Ministries_apologetics_biois excited to welcome Dr. Ravi Zacharias to our 25th Annual Fundraising Banquet on Friday, October 14th.

The enthusiasm for this year’s banquet has been overwhelming, and we are already SOLD OUT of the 500 seats in the main ballroom! We know that many of you are still interested in joining us, and we would love to celebrate with as many people as possible at this year’s gala anniversary event.

Therefore, MFI is happy to announce that we are now opening an overflow room which will accommodate an additional 150 seats!

Guests in the additional venue will enjoy the same dinner and festive atmosphere as in the main ballroom, and we are planning on Dr. Zacharias giving the invocation in person in this additional venue. Guests will view the evening’s program via live stream on a large projection screen identical to the one used to enhance the experience in the main ballroom. If you are interested in meeting Dr. Zacharias, VIP tickets are still open as well.

Find out more about Ravi Zacharias here.

For more information on our 25th Annual Fundraising Banquet, visit our website, or click below to purchase tickets in the additional venue.

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We hope you will be able to join us!

For our families,

Andrew Beckwith

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