Thank you from WORLD ALL-STARS

WORLD would like to send a thank you to all who supported us through walking and donations for San Francisco AIDS Walk this year. We had great weather, met new friends and had fun walking for a great cause. If you weren’t there you missed good times, but you can still donate. The walk might be over but not the fight to end AIDS forever.20150719_133529Please register directly on to our team by visiting the WORLD ALL STARS’s team page: Select any team member you wish to support and 100% of your donation will go to WORLD. Remember if you don’t select a team member WORLD won’t get the donation.

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Translation WORLD ALL STARS has reached their goal, but why stop there. We want to keep raising money for such a worthy cause so dear to our hearts. Please join us for a fun walk in Golden Gate Park on July 19th. It really is alot of fun with music, entertainment, food, fresh air and exercise. […]

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WORLD Supports National HIV Testing Day June 27th

Translation National HIV Testing Day is a reminder to get the facts, get tested, and get involved to take care of yourself and your partners. An estimated 1.2 million people in the United States are living with HIV, and that number grows by almost 50,000 every year. One in seven people who have HIV don’t […]

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Save the Date: CREW Convening

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Join WORLD for the San Francisco AIDS Walk July 19, 2015

Translation   Dear WORLD friends and partners, It’s that special time of year. The time to put on our walking shoes and take some important steps toward ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic and improving the quality of life for those living and affected by HIV.  Please join us for a fun walk in Golden Gate Park […]

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WORLD Recognizes CARIBBEAN-AMERICAN Health/AIDS Awareness Day

Translation The annual Caribbean-American Health/AIDS Awareness Day was created to provide Caribbean-Americans with resources, HIV/AIDS health education, evaluation, and opportunities for involvement. The Caribbean has been more heavily affected by HIV than any region outside sub-Saharan Africa and has the second highest level of adult HIV prevalence (1.0% [0.9–1.1%]).  The Caribbean has a mix of […]

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