DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, THE CONNECT:FAITH FORUM FOR TODAY, DECEMBER 1ST, AT OLBRICH GARDENS HAS BEEN CANCELLED. THANKS TO ALL THAT WERE INTENDING ON PARTICIPATING. IF WE CAN RESCHEDULE THIS EVENT WE WILL POST IT HERE IN THE NEAR FUTURE
World AIDS Day, observed globally on December 1, is an opportunity to challenge ignorance about the HIV/AIDS pandemic, rededicate to the fight against it, and remember those who lost their lives in it. Madison will play host to World AIDS Day by inviting our community to gather together to educate about the epidemic we know as HIV and to enlighten our peers in regards to it's social, political and human impact.
Below is a list of public events in observance of World AIDS Day, sponsored by local organizations committed to the fight against HIV/AIDS.
"Seeking to improve the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS by delivering the most compassionate, comprehensive services possible to as many as possible. "
Click on any underlined event to see more information.
"Through a network of services and partnerships, AIDS Network provides support, education and opportunities for well being to everyone touched by HIV/AIDS."
World AIDS Day Volunteer Recognition and Remembrance Service
World AIDS Day Tree-Lighting
For events sponsored by AIDS Network please see info below