Our Children, Our City Stakeholder Engagement Townhall Event!
November 27th, 2013
Our Children, Our City Stakeholder Engagement Process, a project of Community Initiatives, is hosting a youth town hall to inform the renewal of two important funds affecting youth in San Francisco (PEEF and the Children’s Fund).
The event is on December 5th from 4:30- 7:30pm at St. Mary’s Cathedral Event Center on 1111 Gough Street.
We would love to see a large turn-out of young people to this event who are concerned for and engaged in the further of our youth in San Francisco.
For more information about Our Children, Our City Stakeholder Engagement, click here!
Youth UpRising viewing of the AIDS Memorial Quilt
November 26th, 2013
“The Quilt is an emotionally moving testament to those whose lives have been impacted by HIV and AIDS – not only those who have passed away from the disease, but their friends, families and communities who remain to tell the stories of their loved ones. The experience is a celebration of life and a vehicle for thought andvaluable discussion about how we continue to increase awareness and work together to end the pandemic that has impacted our community.
Join us from 4:00-5:30pmas we hear from local leaders and direct service providers about the state of HIV and AIDS in Alameda County, test your knowledge about HIV and AIDS (we have prizes!), and network with local organizations who provide resources, education, and care for those living with HIV or AIDS.
Please RSVP by Dec 2nd. Feel free to pass this invitationon to your Alameda County networks – we expect participation at the local, county, and state levels.
The Quilt will continue to be on display for public viewing through December 11th. Please see the attachment to this email for information to schedule a guided viewing/workshop for your group.
For more information, please contact Lisa Evans, Queers&Allies Initiatives Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510.777.9909 x138.
To learn more about the Names Project and the AIDS Memorial Quilt, please go to: www.aidsquilt.org.”-Queers&Allies Initiative