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Saturday, December 1, 2012

World AIDS Day // Fundraiser and Prizes



Today is World AIDS Day. 

Steven A of Bitches Get Stitches is running his annual World Aids Day fundraiser. Last year Steven managed to raise nearly $5000 for the Pittsburgh Aids Task Force! This year donations will be directed to the Lansing Area Aids Network and Steven has wrangled a hefty amount of amazing prizes to be won! I have contributed a digital copy of my new book ISLAND as well as a $25 gift certificate. 

How to Enter
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1. On December 1st, click this link to visit the lansing area aids network website and make a donation via paypal. The suggested minimum donation is $40, the cost of one rapid HIV test. However, Steven knows that $40 is a lot money for many people. In order not discourage anyone from making a donation they are able to afford, all donations will be accepted, even if you are only able to contribute $1.

2. Email Steven at bgsworldaidsdayproject@gmail.com with your contact information and the amount you donated. The details of your personal information will be kept confidential, this is only to keep track of the total as it grows and for contacting you if you've won a prize.

3. Winners will be chosen at random. It could be you!

*** NOTE : Entries will only be accepted on world aids day itself (Dec 1st)! This means 12:00am - 11:59pm EST is your 24 hour window to make a donation and send Steven an email to be entered to win.

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1 comment:

  1. We recognize that some of the greatest challenges in fighting diseases of poverty are organizational and managerial, not scientific or medical. With offices in over 25 countries, we partner with governments on a wide range of issues including HIV AIDS Care, malaria, and maternal and child health, as well as strengthening in-country health systems, expanding human resources for health, and improving markets for medicines and the efficiency of health resource allocation.

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