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The Voice of the Black Community
World AIDS Day
Non-Profit
Date: December 1, 2013
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location: Show map
St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church
1600 Norris Ave
Charlotte, NC 28206

Contact: Sandra McDuffie
Phone: 704-375-9650
Email: sandramcduffie@att.net
Site: stlukembc.org

On December 1st 2013, Bridge of Life Charlotte, Inc. will host a City Wide observance for World AIDS Day 2013. This year’s observance will be held at the St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church located at 1600 Norris Ave, Charlotte, NC. The program will begin at 6:00pm.

Since its inception in 1988, Dec 1, has been recognized by United Nations member countries as World Aids Day. Its purpose is to raise awareness of the global AIDS epidemic, support the millions that are living with HIV/AIDS, and to remember those who have died from the disease.

Bridge of Life Charlotte Inc. has chosen as its theme for this year’s observance “Renewing Our Passion for a Cure”. This observance will introduce the Arnie Epps Memorial Scholarship and the Donald A. Hogan Memorial Scholarship named in honor of native Charlotteans who lost their lives to AIDS.  These Scholarships are intended to assist persons impacted by a positive diagnose who desire to make a positive difference.

Bridge of Life Charlotte, Inc mission is to be a bridge of support to those impacted by HIV/AIDS. This mission is carried out through programs of empowerment, education, support and services offered in a non-judgmental way.




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