Youth HIV Brunch event

par Southern Africa Embrace (SAE) Foundation

  • samedi, 02 décembre 2017 de 11:00 Matin à 1:00 Après-midi (HNC)
  • WE Global Learning Centre 339 Queen Street , Toronto, ON M5A 1S9

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WORLD AIDS day is coming up on December 1st! Please join us on Saturday, December 2nd in commemorating this global advocacy day with the Youth (13+) and other HIV advocates from around the GTA. It is reported that youth (aged 13-24) account for more than 1 in 5 new HIV infections. This statistic tells us that our youth need to be more engaged in education, awareness and advocacy work towards achieving the 2030 agenda of #GettingToZero.



The event is FREE to enter, and it will feature a few prominent youth HIV advocates from around the Greater Toronto Area. Free Food and drink will be served and there will be tons of free prizes to be won by all those in attendance. Additionally, we will be giving each youth attendant a certificate for attending the event as well as a reference letter that can be used towards school volunteer hours credits. 2 tickets to attend the upcoming UN Youth Assembly in New York in February 2018 will also be given away .

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WE Global Learning Centre
339 Queen Street , Toronto, ON M5A 1S9

2 décembre 2017
samedi, 2 décembre 2017 11:00 Matin (HNC)


We are seeking volunteers preferably youth who can assist us to ensure that our event is a success. The available positions include general help and registration.

All volunteers will be given a volunteer reference letter


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Southern Africa Embrace Foundation
7 Larande Crt
Brampton , ON

À propos de cet organisme

SAE Foundation was founded in 2011. It is a fully registered charity operating at grassroots level, publicly funded as well as 100% volunteer run. We are represented here in Canada, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Over the past seven years, we have worked alongside other ground organizations, schools, orphanages, shelters and other community groups to support over 900 vulnerable and marginalized women and children in areas of HIV/AIDS, rural development, food and nutrition, gender equality advocacy and campaigns, educational sponsorships and water sanitation projects.