Get Ready to Commemorate World AIDS Day in NYC

Apicha Community Health Center Nov 25, 2015  

 

world aids dayIf you are local in New York, you can join Apicha CHC in commemorating and raising awareness for World AIDS Day on December 1. If you live elsewhere, there are plenty of other ways to help and raise awareness and support the cause.

About World AIDS Day Event

Between 800-1,500 people are expected to attend World AIDS Day in NYC this year. Elected officials, government staff, and community members will unite to recognize the importance of AIDS, while media will focus on educating the audience about the End AIDS NY 2020 campaign.

End AIDS in NY by 2020

Several HIV/AIDS and LGBT organizations have formed a coalition dedicated to one single message: Together we can and will end AIDS in New York by 2020. Governor Cuomo announced this commitment, which will consist of various initiatives to continue progress on the goal.

The NYC HIV/AIDS community and New York City government unite on December 1 to end this epidemic. If you are unable to join the event in person, help raise awareness about the day, the cause, and the city's goal through social media and in-person communications.


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Celebrate with Apicha Community Health Center

Apicha CHC will celebrate the special day by reinforcing its mission with staff, volunteers, patients and clients participation. In addition to internal recognition of this important day, Apicha CHC will publicly display participation in the event to help achieve the coalition’s goals to end AIDS in NY.

As an organization founded to provide prevention and combat HIV within NYC, Apicha CHC wants to educate the community on the current state of HIV/AIDS and the services available at Apicha. You can request more information on any of Apicha CHC’s services via the website here.

Are you ready to join our goal to end AIDS? Register for the event here.

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