These events are scheduled in honor of World AIDS Day!
World AIDS Day Memorial Service
The World AIDS Day Committee is organizing a free public memorial service in recognition of World AIDS Day at Cathedral of St. Andrew. Everyone is welcome to attend this annual event held on December 1st. The Department of Health will present the 12th annual Suzanne Richmond-Crum Award, St. Andrew’s Cathedral Choir directed by John Renke, and a special speaker, Jamie Callahan (the very first awardee of the Suzanne Richmond-Crum Award)
The Cathedral of St. Andrew
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
229 Queen Emma Square
Honolulu, HI 96813
Time: 6:30pm with pupu reception to follow.
Hawai’i Center for AIDS
Saturday December 5 – “Hawai’i to Zero” Cure Initiative
HICFA is launching an ambitious program with the goal of eradicating HIV in Hawai’i. They will host a morning conference open to the public at JABSOM on Sat. December 5th. This will be followed by the Grand Opening of the University Clinics at Kaka’ako, future home of the Clint Spencer Clinic, at 2 PM. One of the featured speakers will be Timothy Brown, the ‘Berlin Patient’ who is the only person confirmed to have been cured of AIDS. For more information about the event or to register for the conference please visit the Hawai’i to Zero website by CLICKING HERE!
DJ’s Against AIDS
Saturday, December 5th – 8pm-2am
Hulas Bar and Lei Stand
More info to come soon!
If you are planning a World AIDS Day event, please email the information to Calvi at firstname.lastname@example.org to request it be listed on this website. Mahalo!