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 TOMORROW: Virtual World AIDS Day
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World AIDS Day is TOMORROW - Tuesday, December 1. Of course, we're disappointed we can't hold our usual community luncheon. But we can still gather together - virtually - to commemorate those lost to HIV/AIDS and to celebrate those who are still with us.
To participate, simply follow WNCAP throughout the day on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or LinkedIn.
Also, be sure to check your inbox tomorrow for special World AIDS Day messages from WNCAP.
Miss Betty is a 96 year young retired nurse who volunteers in our Franklin office to help assemble harm reduction kits for people who inject drugs in the far western counties.
Virtual World AIDS Day will feature the premiere of the WNCAP Mini-Docs, a series of short documentaries that tell the stories of one or more inspiring individuals who have been affected by HIV or substance use.
We need community now more than ever. Join us for Virtual World AIDS Day! All you have to do to participate is follow WNCAP on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or LinkedIn and check your inbox for special emails.
Season of Giving
World AIDS Day is Giving Tuesday
We get it. Your inbox is probably getting flooded from every nonprofit organization you've ever come into contact with, asking you for a donation on Giving Tuesday...
But there is special significance to Giving Tuesday falling on World AIDS Day this year. At no time since the peak of the AIDS epidemic has our work been so critical. When COVID-19 struck, demand for all WNCAP services skyrocketed and people living with HIV are more vulnerable than ever.
  • $25 is enough for a lifesaving overdose reversal kit. 
  • $50 purchases 100 condoms to distribute throughout our community.
  • $100 can cover transportation costs to get someone engaged in medical care. 
  • $500 provides a week of shelter for people living with HIV who have nowhere else to go in the middle of a pandemic.
This Asheville Citizen-Times article from 1989 is unfortunately still relevant today. Will you donate to help end the HIV/AIDS epidemic?
2020 has been a particularly difficult year for people living with or at risk of HIV, and every dollar you give directly helps someone in our local community survive and thrive!
Thank you for your kindness ❤️
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Western North Carolina AIDS Project  |  554 Fairview Rd.  |  Asheville, NC 28803
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