What: On World AIDS Day, San Francisco AIDS Foundation will take its message of remembrance and community advocacy to the streets during a vigil to honor those lost to AIDS, those living with and at risk for HIV, and those who have dedicated their lives to ending the epidemic. CEO Joe Hollendoner will offer brief remarks.
When: Friday, December 1, 5:00 p.m. Where: Outside San Francisco AIDS Foundation headquarters at 1035 Market Street. The vigil will process toward San Francisco City Hall along the sidewalk and through UN Plaza, ending in Civic Center Plaza.
Who: 100 community members, San Francisco AIDS Foundation clients, staff and volunteers.
Visuals: Participants will walk with battery-powered candles and carry signs honoring loved ones. The group will gather in Civic Center for a community prayer.
Additional details: https://www.facebook.com/events/504296706615127/
For more World AIDS Day events, visit http://sfaf.org/hiv-info/hot-topics/from-the-experts/world-aids-day-events-in-san.html
About San Francisco AIDS Foundation
San Francisco AIDS Foundation works to eliminate new HIV transmissions and extend the longevity of people living with HIV through a network of direct programs and supportive services. Each year, more than 16,000 people look to San Francisco AIDS Foundation for access to sexual health services, substance use & mental health services, and community engagement and social support programs. Policy and public education initiatives are a critical part of supporting community health and wellness, and San Francisco AIDS Foundation advocates at all levels of government. Learn more at sfaf.org.