On December 1, along with thousands of organizations and individuals, Until There’s A Cure will observe the 22nd annual World AIDS Day.
2011 is the 30th anniversary of AIDS, and although we have made great progress over the past 30 years, our challenge is far from over. World AIDS Day is an opportunity for us to come together and recognize our shared responsibility for helping everyone affected by AIDS.
Each year on this day, we remember those who were lost to the epidemic; we extend compassion and strength to those who continue in their fight; and we reaffirm our commitment to educate the public, care for those affected and support vaccine research…. Until There’s A Cure.
On December 1, 2010 we will all stand together in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
WE ARE TOGETHER UNTIL THERE’S A CURE
HOW WILL YOU DEDICATE THIS DECEMBER 1 TO AIDS?
Get tested and share the news. Are you Already Tested? On December 1, we will come together all over the world and post the day we got tested in our facebook status. To share the news, click to “Like” Already Tested. It’s time to restart the conversation!
Wear the Until There’s A Cure 2010 World AIDS Day T-shirt. Be proud and dress the part with the Until There’s A Cure 2010 World AIDS Day T-shirt. Wearing your T-shirt will increase awareness for AIDS each and every time you wear it!
Start a Campaign in Your Community. Using the UNTIL Wristbands and UTAC Public Service Announcements, you can make a big impact this World AIDS Day.
Wear, promote and sell UNTIL Wristbands to make a fashion statement to fight AIDS.
Hand out Public Service Announcements to increase awareness of the epidemic. You can use one of our celebrity PSA’s or create one of your own!
If you’re interested in getting a local organization, school or community involved in your World AIDS Day campaign, please email us.
Plan or participate in a Fundraising or Awareness Event in Your Community. Sell bracelets at an event near you or use this list of events to spark an idea for your own event. Remember to submit your event for a chance to stand in the spotlight with the Until There’s A Cure Winter Spotlight promotion.
Be a Part of the Conversation. Today’s technology allows us to reach more individuals than ever! Leverage these platforms to help us restart the conversation about AIDS:
“Like” us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter
Read and share our blog
Join Already Tested
Join our Causes page
Make Your Voice Heard. One of the most powerful things you can do, to encourage awareness and advocate, is to call or write your Congressperson voicing your support for AIDS vaccine research and care funding. Let your Senator or Representative know that you care about HIV/AIDS in the United States and around the world.
Tell Us Your Ideas. We are always excited to hear what you are doing to increase awareness of HIV/AIDS in different communities. Send us an email with your ideas for events, fundraisers, and awareness campaigns.
If You Work For, or Volunteer With, an AIDS Service Organization:
Become a Partner. Partner organizations are listed in the Until There’s A Cure online shopping cart. Customers select one of the Partners as a beneficiary to receive an amount equal to 25% of their purchases. Simply encourage your supporters to purchase products from Until There’s A Cure, and your organization will earn ongoing funds, remitted on a quarterly basis.
Introduce Us to Retailers You Know. The Retailer Referral Program can also create an ongoing revenue stream for your 501(c)(3) HIV/AIDS organization. Anyone related to your organization may introduce Until There’s A Cure to a retailer interested in selling The Bracelet or other Until There’s A Cure products. If you want to know more about Retail Referral, please contact us at 1.800.888.6845 or send an email.
WE ARE ALL INDIVIDUALS, BUT WE ARE TOGETHER … UNTIL THERE’S A CURE
For more on the history of World AIDS Day, visit the World AIDS Campaign Website
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