When: Sunday, February 19th and Sunday, February, 26th
Where: 213 W 4th St, Austin, TX 78701
Time: Open to Close
The owner of Icenhauer's has just opened a new cocktail bar on 4th street. As a way to celebrate the opening, Sellers has decided to give back to the community! Over the next two Sundays and for the entire month of September, Sellers will give 10% of their sales to ASA. Stop by, grab a drink, and make you Sunday Funday count for something amazing!
Red Ribbon Dinner at Eberly
Forged from an old print shop on South Lamar, Eberly is a thoughtful collection of dining, drinking and thinking spaces. With a unique atmosphere, delicious food, and excellent service, this new Austin hot spot will provide a dining experience to remember.
Your generous ticket purchase will help AIDS Services of Austin build a healthy future for thousands of Central Texans in our community.
You can purchase your tickets here or by contacting Cambriae Bates at (512) 406-6116.
Join us at
Monday, March 20, 2017
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
615 S Lamar Blvd. (map)
When: April 25th
Time: All Day
Where: Stay tune for a full list of restaurants
Fill Your Table. Fill Your Heart
Take a break from cooking, gather a table of friends, and dine out for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! Restaurants across Austin will unite in the fight against AIDS by generously donating a substantial portion of their day's proceeds to support AIDS Services of Austin. All money stays local and for the first time ever , all participating restaurants will be giving from open to close. Dining out means building healthy futures for Central Texans. So plan you dining dates now! Visit diningoutforlife.org for details.
Hill Country Ride for AIDS
A family-friendly and festive bike ride through the beautiful hill country at the height of Spring, the Ride raises funds that are given directly to ten local nonprofits who help those in our community affected by HIV/AIDS. ASA is a major beneficiary of The Ride. In the past 17 years the Ride has raised over $8 million. The Ride has been voted "Best Ride" in Austin for two consecutive years and is a beloved community event with an amazingly loyal, supportive community following.
Join Team ASA Wheeler Dealers as a rider, volunteer, or supporter and be part of a great tradition.
AIDS Candlelight Memorial Service
When: May 21, 2017
The 18th Annual AIDS Candlelight Memorial Service will be held on May 21, 2017. The memorial is open to the public and is a family friendly event. Your attendance will help to fight stigma as we all remember community members and loved ones affected by HIV/AIDS. For more information regarding the history of the Candlelight Memorial Service, please visit www.candlelightmemorial.org.
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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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