The Cam Neely Foundation Hosts The 24th Annual Comics Comic Home

| November 20, 2018 | Parties

CCH_24_FULL_SET_(TODD_MAZER_PHOTOGRAPHY)_129_of_309.jpgThe 24th Annual Comics Come Home event raised over $700k during their annual event on November 3, 2018 at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. All funds raised benefited The Cam Neely Foundation which provides comfort, support and hope to adult and pediatric cancer patients and their families. Comics Come Home is the longest-running comedy fundraiser in the nation and was founded by Cam Neely and Denis Leary. Since inception in 1995, the show has raised over $12 million dollars. This year’s star-studded lineup included Jim Breuer, Lenny Clarke, Pete Correale, Billy Gardell, Christine Hurley, Robert Kelly, Jessica Kirson, and Brian Regan. Denis Leary took to the stage with his band “The Enablers” with a special tribute to infamous Boston sports figures Cam Neely and world series champions, The Boston Red Sox. Local Boston favorite, Christine Hurley took to the stage with laugh out loud stories from her childhood. Leary ended the night with a Red-Sox centric rendition of the song “Dirty Water.”



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Photography by: Photo Credit: Todd Mazer