June 5, 2015
Limited seats remaining! Please call Kristen Casalenuovo at 215-247-5777 x418 to check availability.
What could be better than a magical night of dining and dancing under the stars, surrounded by the lush beauty of roses in bloom?
Join us for the 34th annual Moonlight & Roses presented by The Haverford Trust Company Gala to be held on June 5, 2015 from 6:00 – 11:00pm. Enjoy cocktails in the Rose Garden followed by dinner and dancing underneath of a clear-top tent.
Registration is open at all levels. Benefactors and Patrons will be invited to attend a VIP reception in the Rose Garden from 5:30 – 6 p.m. In addition, there will be the provision of premium parking at the top of the hill for the event. Registration ends May 27, 2015.
No paper tickets will be issued. Names will be held at the door.
This year we honor Moses “Moe” Feldman and his wife, Susan, for their extraordinary volunteerism and unwavering commitment to the Morris Arboretum. Moe and Susan became members in the 1990s. In 2005, they increased their involvement by joining the Arboretum’s Directors’ Guild. Moe became a key member of the Campaign Cabinet during the Always Growing Campaign, which concluded in 2012. Currently, Moe is Chair of the Arboretum’s Finance Committee and Vice Chair of the Advisory Board of Managers. He is the Founder and Retired Chairman of Aeromed, Inc. and is currently the President and Partner of Osteofixator, LLC. We are excited to celebrate the Feldman’s many contributions to the Morris Arboretum over the years.
We are pleased to have Natalie and Ralph Hirshorn and Elizabeth and Kyle Salata as this year’s co-chairs for Moonlight & Roses Presented by The Haverford Trust Company. Natalie and Ralph are longtime friends and neighbors of the Arboretum, having served as past members of the Directors’ Guild. Natalie has been involved with Moonlight & Roses for more than a decade serving on the planning committee. Natalie is the office manager at McCoubrey/Overholser Building Construction and Ralph is Chairman of The Hirshorn Company, an insurance/H.R. services firm established in 1931, located in Chestnut Hill.
Elizabeth and Kyle Salata are dedicated supporters of the mission of Morris Arboretum. As a lifelong local resident, Elizabeth has many happy memories of trips to the Arboretum. The appreciation she gained for nature and ecology through those visits can be seen today in her involvement with managing Erdenheim Farm. Kyle, who grew up in Douglassville, PA, is a Compounding Pharmacist and owner of AdvancedRx Pharmacy in East Norriton. They now live next door to the Arboretum.
Moonlight & Roses Presented by The Haverford Trust Company is the Morris Arboretum’s annual fundraising gala that raises money for the arboretum’s annual operations. Funds raised through this year’s event will support all aspects of Morris Arboretum and will ensure continued excellence in direct support of our mission.
Morris Arboretum would be happy to provide you with more information on the Corporate sponsorship benefits of Moonlight & Roses Presented by The Haverford Trust Company and the many effective ways to tap into the loyalty and buying power of the over 2,000 households who receive the invitation each year, the 10,000 constituents who subscribe to the Morris Arboretum e-newsletter and the over 200,000 people that visit our website each year.
To become a corporate sponsor, please contact Kristen Casalenuovo at 215.247.5777 x418 or email@example.com.
2015 Presenting Sponsor
Bunch CareSolutions, a Xerox Company
McCarter & English, LLP
The Simkiss Companies
University of Penn, Business Services
University of Penn, Facilities & Real Estate
Willis of Pennsylvania
Zurich Insurance Group
The Arboretum is open as usual. Click here for hours.
Please note that weather conditions can change quickly, check back or call (215) 247-5777 before heading out for a visit.
Weather conditions may limit garden access to certain features even if the garden is open – please check the web site or call (215) 247-5777 for updates before visiting. Our visitors’ safety in the garden is our top priority. Therefore when inclement weather is predicted, we will make decisions about closing the garden accordingly.