2016 Candlelight Memorial Pics

[From http://www.candlelightmemorial.org/ … The International AIDS Candlelight Memorial serves as a community mobilization campaign to raise social consciousness about HIV and AIDS. With 33 million people living with HIV today, the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial serves as an important intervention for global solidarity, breaking down barriers of stigma and discrimination, and giving hope to new generations.] Last weekend, May 15th was… Read more →

Positive Plus One Study!

AIDS Saint John is supporting researchers across the country on Positive Plus One: A national, mixed-methods study of relationships where one partner has HIV, and the other does not. Positive Plus One is currently recruiting participants, and wants to hear the voices of both HIV-positive and HIV-negative partners. Participants can share the ups and downs of living with HIV in… Read more →

The Nkamazi Education Project’s 10th Annual Dessert Party & Book Swap!

This event will take place September 20th, 2015, from 2-4PM at the home of the Crosbys, 3197 Rothesay Road. We ask that you bring a $25 Donation. Your $25 donation goes directly to the school fees project in Nkamazi. We are offering to you, in thanks: – Scrumptious Desserts, Crackers & Cheese, Fruit, Wine, Coffee or Tea (Gluten free offerings… Read more →

Scotiabank AIDS Walk For Life FAQ!

The Annual Scotiabank AIDS Walk For Life is coming up this September! We’ve compiled some of the most frequently asked questions together in this handy FAQ! Walk FAQ For further information please don’t hesitate to contact us at our office at 506-652-2437, or email Maria, our Walk Coordinator at walk@aidssaintjohn.com Read more →

Swaziland – Help needed with school fees

“Would you be able to help with school fees for a child?” These words, in 2004 started AIDS Moncton and AIDS Saint John on a journey to raise school fees for children in N’Kamanzi, Swaziland. Our partners in Swaziland were struggling to support a community of children devastated by the HIV epidemic – their country has the highest infection rate in the… Read more →

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