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Vinfen invites you to be a sponsor of the 14th Annual Moving Images Film Festival!

For the first time ever, we are moving to a virtual format, which will expand access to the public in a way that an in-person event simply cannot allow. This event offers a unique business opportunity to reach a broad range of health care and human services professionals. It also shows your support for and alignment with Vinfen’s mission, beliefs, and values. Join us in transforming lives through our efforts to build the capacity of individuals, families, organizations, and communities to learn, thrive, and achieve goals.

In the past thirteen years, thousands of people have attended this one-of-a-kind festival, which has been featured on WCBV’s Chronicle and in the Boston Globe. Attendees included some 500 family members, people living with disabilities, human services professionals, community members, self-advocates, and advocates. Because we have moved to a virtual platform this year, attendees from all over the country can attend. The event is free and open to the public.

Vinfen would be delighted to have you as a sponsor for this inspiring virtual event.

Click the button to submit your sponsorship online or download the Sponsorship Form.

For more information, or to sponsor the festival, please contact Connie Ferreira at 617-441-1896 or

Benefits of Being a Sponsor

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About Vinfen
Established in 1977, Vinfen is a nonprofit, health and human services organization and a leading provider of community-based services to individuals with mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injuries, and behavioral health challenges. Our services and advocacy promote the recovery, resiliency, habilitation, and self-determination of the people we serve. Vinfen’s 3,100 dedicated employees are experienced, highly-trained professionals who provide a full range of supportive living, health, educational, and clinical services in 318 programs throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut.