Dallas Voice: World AIDS Day Dallas set for Dec. 1 at Main Street Garden downtown

In Advocacy by AHF

More than 30 sponsors and partnering organizations will participate in World AIDS Day Dallas on Dec. 1, according to the event’s steering committee. The businesses, individuals, nonprofit organizations and community groups will come together with the goal of “getting to zero” — zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths.

Community leaders and AIDS activists will speak as part of the program, which includes local musicians and entertainers. A healthy living expo will run throughout the event.

AIDS Interfaith Network is hosting the event and heading up planning. Partnership and sponsorship opportunities are still available. For more information, contact AIN’s Travis Gasper at 214-500-9101 or [email protected].

World AIDS Day Dallas will be from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Main Street Garden, 1900 Main St. in downtown Dallas.

Partners for World AIDS Day Dallas are A Sister’s Gift, AIDS Arms, AIDS Healthcare Foundation, AIDS Interfaith Network, AIDS Services of Dallas, AIDS Walk South Dallas, Bryan’s House, Cathedral of Hope, DFW Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Greg Dollgener Memorial AIDS Fund, Home for the Holidays Texas, Kidscapes Foundation, Lambda Legal, Legacy Counseling Center, Legal Hospice of Texas, ONE Campaign, Parkland Client Advisory Board, Razzle Dazzle Dallas, Resource Center Dallas, RESULTS, The Afiya Center and UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Sponsors for the event are AIDS Interfaith Network, Avita Drugs Pharmacy, Downtown Dallas Inc., ThinkHaus Creative, BlueCross BlueShield of Texas, Caven Enterprises, Corner Bakery, John Altier, Texas Instruments and The UPS Store on Cedar Springs.

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