World AIDS Day: December 1st. To raise awareness and to promote education and prevention of HIV / AIDS, please share this blog post! I will be donating to the Farha Foundation for every like, reblog, and follow of this blog until (edit)November 30th December 1st at 10pm.$1 for every follow on Tumblr50¢ for every reblog25¢ for every like Just one click and you can help support those living with HIV / AIDS. I will donate a maximum of $200, help me reach my goal! Feel free to DONATE directly to the Farha Foundation. –––––––––––– In 1991, at the age of 35, my uncle David died of AIDS. Two years later, when I was 10 years old, my mother brought me to the Farha Foundation’s first ever Ça Marche AIDS Walk. I have walked nearly every year since in memory of my Uncle David, as well as to promote education and prevention of HIV / AIDS and to support those living with HIV / AIDS.  The Farha Foundation is Quebec’s leading AIDS fundraising organization, committed to help men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS. They fund services committed to improving the lives of those living with HIV/AIDS and programs that curb the rate of new infection. Support me and help the Farha Foundation to provide badly needed services for some 20,000 men, women and children living with HIV and AIDS in Quebec, as well as prevention and education programs across the province.
No drug can cure AIDS.

World AIDS Day: December 1st.

To raise awareness and to promote education and prevention of HIV / AIDS, please share this blog post!

I will be donating to the Farha Foundation for every like, reblog, and follow of this blog until (edit)November 30th December 1st at 10pm.

$1 for every follow on Tumblr
50¢ for every reblog
25¢ for every like

Just one click and you can help support those living with HIV / AIDS. I will donate a maximum of $200, help me reach my goal!

Feel free to DONATE directly to the Farha Foundation.

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In 1991, at the age of 35, my uncle David died of AIDS. Two years later, when I was 10 years old, my mother brought me to the Farha Foundation’s first ever Ça Marche AIDS Walk. I have walked nearly every year since in memory of my Uncle David, as well as to promote education and prevention of HIV / AIDS and to support those living with HIV / AIDS. 

The Farha Foundation is Quebec’s leading AIDS fundraising organization, committed to help men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS. They fund services committed to improving the lives of those living with HIV/AIDS and programs that curb the rate of new infection.

Support me and help the Farha Foundation to provide badly needed services for some 20,000 men, women and children living with HIV and AIDS in Quebec, as well as prevention and education programs across the province.

No drug can cure AIDS.