|20th Annual Stronger Together World AIDS Day Commemoration
|Century Ballroom, 915 E Pine St
|5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
|Suggested minimum donation: $150
Join us on Friday, December 1 for the 20th Annual Stronger Together: World AIDS Day Event. Gather in community in remembrance of those lost to AIDS as we celebrate how far we've come and look to a future that's stronger than HIV.
A silent auction
A community vigil and procession through the AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway directly following the event
Community, and more!
Please save the date and reserve your tickets now!
T ime: Doors at 5pm, event 5:30-7:30pm.
V enue: The lovely Century Ballroom! 915 E Pine St, Seattle, WA 98122
S uggested minimum donation: $150
This event creates vital space to gather together, commemorate the impact of HIV/AIDS on our communities both past and present, celebrate the progress that has been made, and provide essential resources for the ongoing fight against HIV/AIDS.
With the beautiful Century Ballroom as a backdrop, you will hear HIV research updates, find treasures at a silent auction and raffle, enjoy drag performances, and gather together in community as a reminder that in the fight against HIV/AIDS, we are always stronger together.
The event is a fundraiser for Seattle's LGBTQ+ Center, which provides crucial HIV prevention, education, support and care in the Seattle King County area and beyond. By supporting this event, you will be supporting the largest community HIV testing organization in King County, physical space for art and remembrance of the AIDS crisis via the AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway, affirming youth programs, and so much more.
Over thirty years ago the first cases of HIV garnered the world's attention. Since then, more than 700,000 Americans have lost their lives to AIDS and more than 36,000 people in the US become infected with HIV each year. Currently, there are more than 1.2 million Americans living with HIV, and almost half of all Americans know someone living with HIV. In Washington State alone, there are an estimated 14,000 people living with HIV/AIDS, over half of whom live in King County. The fight against HIV/AIDS is far from over, and this event provides a powerful way for you to make a difference.
Please register today and we'll see you there!
About Seattle's LGBTQ+ Center - The Center cultivates access and connections to promote self determination, liberation, and joy in our communities. We are the #1 community provider of HIV tests in King County and offer a range of vital health services and resources to our diverse communities. Learn more at gaycity.org.
About the AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway - The AMP uses public art and technology to create a place for remembrance and reflection in Seattle about the AIDS epidemic. It features 5 pieces of public art in the heart of Capitol Hill and in the AMP app. Learn more at theamp.org.
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