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The Ubuntu Club ASL's Fundraiser:

World AIDS Day 2010

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BENEFITING: Ubuntu Pathways

ORGANIZER: Ubuntu Pathways

EVENT DATE: Nov 16, 2010

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THE STORY:

UBUNTU EDUCATION FUND wrote -

World Aids Day 2010

Donate for Change

HIV does not discriminate. Its effects transcend geographic, racial, and demographic borders. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the US HIV prevalence is a little over 1.1 million people. The estimated South African HIV prevalence rate is 5.7 million people.

Just knowing statistics is not enough. Our Ubuntu Ambassadors are empowered by their ability to educate their communities. December 1st is World AIDS Day, a day dedicated to education about AIDS and the impact the virus has on communities all over the world.

Every year we create a special campaign to renew our commitment to combating the 40% prevalence rate in the townships of Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

We invite you to make a donation here to get the ball rolling. As a pledge of support for our World AIDS Day 2010 Campaign please a donation here right away.

Your donation will provide HIV testing and counseling for people in Port Elizabeth, South Africa who wouldn't other wise have access to these services.

Each one of us can impact lives by donating as little as $10 or £10. Please donate for change here.

It has never been easier to help.

Clicking a link on a website can now change lives!

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Thank you for you donation to this project!

The Team: $655 TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

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Ubuntu Pathways

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$620

 

3% Raised of $20,000 Goal

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torya beard

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$35

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Rebecca Andruszka

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Abby Perpich

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Charlotte Renfield-Miller

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The Ubuntu Club ASL

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