On behalf of BEAT AIDS Coalition Trust, and at the request of Board Chair Mr. Tyrone Darden, we are pleased to invite you to BEAT AIDS’ 32nd Anniversary “Practicing a Higher Standard of Gratitude and Love” Fundraiser Banquet to be held on Friday, September 27, 2019. Doors open at 6 pm.

BEAT AIDS has served over half a million people since inception, delivering nearly two dozen services which provide approximately 55,672 service units annually.  The vision of BEAT AIDS is to promote a city-wide understanding of the impact of HIV disease. Our mission is to provide the highest quality of HIV/AIDS prevention, education, and services reaching out to the community.  We are a 501(c) (3) non-profit, and rely on donations and grants to fund our agency. 

This year, we are blessed to hear the Ryan White Story as told by his mother, Jeanne White-Ginder. Ryan was a boy living with hemophilia and diagnosed with AIDS following a transfusion of tainted clotting factor in December 1984. Join us as we listen to her journey and see how far we’ve come in the mission to end HIV and Stigma.  

2019 Sponsorship Levels

Thank you for your time and consideration and thank you for visiting www.beataids.org.

Michele Durham, M. Ed.
Executive Director

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On behalf of BEAT AIDS Coalition Trust, and at the request of Board Chair Mr. Tyrone Darden, we are pleased to invite you to BEAT AIDS’ 32nd Anniversary “Practicing a Higher Standard of Gratitude and Love” Fundraiser Banquet to be held on Friday, September 27, 2019. Doors open at...