AIDS Services of Austin invites you to join us for an Open House. Learn about ASA’s impact on our community with a tour led by Paul Scott, ASA Chief Executive Officer, followed by a featured speaker. A light breakfast will be provided. Open Houses are purely informational to raise awareness of what AIDS Services of Austin does for the community. This is not a fundraising event.
Open houses are held every month and open to the public. Advance reservations are recomended. For questions or to host one of our Open Houses, contact Lane Strickland Lane.Strickland@ASAustin.org or 512-406-6114.
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When: Thursday, December 1st
Time: 1:00 pm-3:00 pm
Location: 7215 Cameron Rd, Austin TX 78752
Join AIDS Services of Austin on December 1st for an afternoon of remembrance. We will remember those lost to AIDS by decorating a holiday tree with handmade ornaments. Craft materials and refreshments will be provided. Participants are encouraged to bring personal craft items to make their ornaments special and unique. Afterwards, we will hold a biodegradable balloon release across the street at Reagan Field to raise awareness surrounding HIV/AIDS in our community. Individuals will be encouraged to tie a loved one's name to the end of each balloon string. For more information contact Special Events Coordinator, Cambriae Bates at email@example.com or (512) 406-6116.
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Austin, TX 78752
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Note: If you would like to host an additional event on or before World AIDS Day and have your event benefit ASA, please contact Cambriae Bates, Special Events Coordinator, at (512) 406-6116 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
9 AM to 2 PM
Mt. Zion Baptist Church2938 E. 13th St.
Austin, TX 78702
Join Mt. Zion Baptist Church in an honest and positive conversation about HIV and the black church. Topics of discussion include
- The Community Impact of an Epidemic
- Unraveling the Elements of HIV Risk
- The Consequences of Religious-based Stigma
- The Development of Congregational Commitment
- HIV/AIDS Ministry Programs and Activities