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AIDS Lifecycle Benefit Party!
Friday, April 27, 2012 at 8:00 PM - Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 2:00 AM (PDT)
Los Angeles, CA
Come down to The Parlor in Hollywood, Friday night, for a musical extravaganza, promising sick DJs, AMAZING prizes, and lots and lots of Alcohol!!!
ALL proceeds go directly to Aids LifeCycle! A 7-day bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to raise money and awareness in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
This event is hosted by The One Hope for Tomorrow Foundation, along with FilmBreak.com, and will include an appearance by the very talented X-Vertigo and beverage promotions by Mezcal Antonio Aguilar Spirits.
Win prizes EVERY HOUR!! Like: alcohol, theater tix, restaurants certificates, yoga classes, luxury spa days, premium concert tix, and even tix to the magic castle!
We need to raise $6000
$10 Admission gets you into the party + 1 raffle ticket for prizes!
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE Come out and support us!!!
When & Where
AIDS/LifeCycle is a 7-day bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to raise money and awareness in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Every year, this landmark ride through beautiful California delivers a life-changing experience for thousands of participants from all backgrounds and fitness levels united by a common desire to do something heroic. The 11th annual AIDS/Lifecycle ride will be taking place June 3rd until the 9th.
In Southern California, the main beneficiary of the funds raised is The Gay and Lesbian Center of Los Angeles. The organization has been a leader in battling AIDS and caring for those who are HIV-infected since the earliest days of the pandemic. The services provided by the LAGLC are
· Medical care
· Mental health services
· Pharmacy care
· HIV testing and prevention.
In Northern California, the beneficiary is the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, which works to ensure the HIV epidemic ends in the same city where it began. With the funds raised, the SFAF supports vitals services such as the:
·Bulletin of Experimental Treatment of AIDS to educate people living with HIV/AIDS, providers, and advocates about new prevention and treatment research.
·HIV Testing and Prevention
·Housing and Financial Benefits Program to help individuals and families understand the private and public benefits system and offers transitional housing assistance and rental subsidies.
·Science and Public Policy Program, which advocates on behalf of people living in HIV/AIDS at the national, state, and local level and provides information about recent HIV prevention research to inform evidence-based public policy.