On Sunday, May 20, 2018, the Kennedy Library will host its 30th annual May Dinner, chaired by Brian Moynihan, Chairman and CEO of Bank of America.

The May Dinner is the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation’s annual black-tie gala. It celebrates the life and legacy of President Kennedy and raises critical unrestricted funds to support the Kennedy Library's programming, which serves hundreds of thousands of adults and children annually. Through free educational experiences, the Kennedy Library Forums series, the JFK Library's digital archives, and arts and cultural programming, the Kennedy Library perpetuates President Kennedy's legacy to new and growing audiences each year.

Levels of support range from $2,500 to $250,000. To learn more about the May Dinner or to support the 2018 gala, please contact Sarina Sadana at MayDinner@JFKLFoundation.org.


The Centennial May Dinner - May 7, 2017

The Centennial May Dinner on May 7, 2017, was chaired by Jeff Immelt, former Chairman and CEO of GE and raised a record $5 million for the Kennedy Library Foundation. 750 guests attended as former President Barack H. Obama accepted the Centennial John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award from Ambassador Caroline Kennedy and her family. President Obama delivered his first formal speech since leaving office and Grammy Award-winner singer-songwriter James Taylor gave a special performance with Kim Taylor and Owen Young. We invite you to view the evening's program.


May Dinner Recent Highlights

Tony Bennett, JFKLF Board Member Carol Fulp, Bernie FulpThe Honorable Paul Kirk, Gail Kirk, Tony Bennett, Susan Crow2013 May Dinner Co-Chair Ron Sargent, Jill Sargent, The Honorable Caroline Kennedy, Edwin Schlossberg
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Remarks by 2011 Co-Chair Robert Kraft

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