The company announced Thursday it would give five cents to the Global Fund of the RED foundation for each hand-crafted drink it sells on Saturday, December 1 in the United States and Canada for World AIDS Day.
World AIDS Day has been observed every year on December 1 since 1987. Between 2011 and 2015 the theme is “Getting to Zero”, according to the World Health Organization. It’s a time to raise awareness, support our communities and push towards greater access to treatment for all. Here’s what’s happening in Puget Sound.
September is a great time to register for a charity run or walk, helping the local community find cures and assist those in need. Here are some of our favorite charity runs.
World Vision’s Step into Africa is a unique 2,000sq. ft. FREE interactive exhibit that allows Americans to step into the lives of actual children affected by HIV and AIDS in the hardest-hit region of the world: Sub-Saharan Africa.
Dining Out For Life returns to Seattle on Thursday, April 26 for its amazing 19th year! When you dine at a participating restaurant, food retailer, or bakery on this day, up to 50% of your purchase is donated to the Lifelong AIDS Alliance and the fight against illness and hunger in the community!
The World Health Organization established World AIDS Day in 1988. December 1, around the globe, there are events and observances to remember those who have lost their fight to AIDS, and to raise awareness that AIDS still exists, and needs to end. You can wear a red ribbon on December 1, and you can attend one of these Puget Sound area events.
This weekend is filled with fairs, carnivals and celebrations. Strap yourself in and hang on! There’s so much to do!