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World AIDS Day

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12.15.14

Community HIV 101

12.16.14

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World AIDS Day Luncheon

December 1, 2014
The Westin Galleria

World AIDS Day Co-Chairs and Honorary Chair

   
Co-Chair:
Dominique Sachse
  Co-Chair:
David Chaumette
  Honorary Chair:
Travis Torrence

 

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Brandon Brown, MPH, PhD

Keynote Speaker: Brandon Brown, MPH, PhD

Brandon Brown is Director of the Global Health Research, Education and Translation Initiative in the University of California Irvine Program in Public Health. Trained as an infectious disease epidemiologist, Brandon has ongoing studies of HIV prevention, cancer screening, and research ethics with vulnerable populations including men who have sex with men, low income mothers, female sex workers, and HIV positive women of color in the United States, Peru and Nigeria.


 

 


Road to Zero New HIV Infections

In the past year, over 79,000 people have benefitted from 7,000 donations that support one cause: ending HIV/AIDS. The journey to end HIV/AIDS is filled with stigma, discrimination and unforeseen obstacles but with your support, the road doesn't have to be difficult. Your donation is more powerful than you think.

Without your help, the housing, testing and education, youth camps and supportive services could not happen. See how your contributions have helped those living with HIV/AIDS. 


Memorials and Honorariums 

Lives lost, memories cherished - Remember the ones you have loved and lost this World AIDS Day. Your gift prevents new infections, houses the previously homeless and gives children hope for a bright future.  Together, we will continue to fight against HIV/AIDS. 

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PODS Donating a Dollar for Every "Like"

From now through December 2nd PODS of Houston will donate $1 for every "Like" on their Facebook page. Each dollar generated through your "likes" will go towards Camp Hope. "Like" PODS Houston today! 

Since 1996, Camp Hope has been there for children living with HIV/AIDS. Camp Hope is first and foremost a chance for campers to escape the burdens of living with a debilitating disease. For an entire week HIV-positive children ages seven to 15 engage in traditional camp activities, sing songs, ride horses and just enjoy being a kid.

"Like" PODS Houston to help us continue to provide this camp to children across the nation living with HIV/AIDS. Your support will change a life!

 


Engaging the Family, Educating the Community

AFH is proud to offer support groups for those infected or affected by HIV. Positive Families is for any one who has a family member living with HIV/AIDS. H.O.P.E. Group is for any newly diagnosed individual. Our prevention specialists and community education coordinators also hold a Community HIV 101 class. All of these groups are free and open to the public.  More Information


 

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"The independence of taking care of myself and my apartment has been so great! I have learned to cope with life's ups and downs and how to become a real human being. I know at last that I'm not dying and that I have a future." - AFH Client

For 31 years, your support has given a future to thousands of Houstonians living with HIV/AIDS.

Together we can change lives.

See a full report of AFH's impact in Houston.
 


OUR MISSION AND GOALS

AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. (AFH) leads the innovative efforts in the prevention of new HIV infections and empowers individuals, families, and communities affected by HIV/AIDS to create and sustain healthy lives.

AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. envisions a supportive community free of new HIV infections where individuals affected by HIV/AIDS lead healthy and productive lives without stigma and discrimination.

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