Riverview School’s Annual Gala Raises Record $1 Million In Support Of The Arts

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Nearly 400 people attended Riverview’s 25th Annual Village of Dreams Gala on June 16 in support of expanding the school’s Arts programming, held at the new MC Greene Field under an open-air tent on Riverview’s East Sandwich campus.
The event set a fundraising record for the school, netting more than $1 million through ticket sales, sponsorships, the silent and live auctions and the Fund a Dream paddle raise.

Much of the décor and all the entertainment was provided by Riverview’s creative and talented students.

The gala was hosted for the second year in a row by Riverview parent, advocate and actor Amy Brenneman. Honored that evening were long-time supporters of the school and art enthusiasts Rebecca and Marty Eisenberg with The Dream Maker Award, presented to those who have had a transformational impact on the Riverview School community.

Head of School Stewart Miller and Visual and Performing Arts Coordinator Greg Simpson spoke about the positive benefits of the arts on Riverview students and the community, which was then exemplified in a video of Riverview students, staff and parents speaking about their unique experiences and successes.

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