Join Apicha CHC in Recognizing World AIDS Day 2018

Apicha Community Health Center Nov 12, 2018  

WAD 2018 Facebook event page

This year, World AIDS Day is Saturday, December 1. During this day, folks unite against HIV, support those battling HIV, and commemorate those who have died from an AIDS-related illness. The theme of this year's WAD is "Breaking Through Stigma."

On Friday, November 30, join Apicha CHC and numerous other organizations and fellow New Yorkers in honoring and remembering those who are living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, and to celebrate the progress that's been made toward ending the epidemic. Please see below for event info.

You can RSVP to the event here:  https://worldaidsdayny2018.eventbrite.com

WAD-2018-letter 8.5 x 11_ENG

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