Friday, December 01, 2006

World AIDS Day 2006 - Event Index

Every 14 seconds, a child loses a parent to AIDS. This is a challenge laid at the feet of each and every person on the planet who considers compassion a virtue, and particularly to those who believe there is a God who cares for and identifies with those who suffer in silence.

The clock is ticking. We must do what we can today to start building a better world for children, to do all we can to put their needs first. AIDS is devastating families and communities around the world, and children are suffering the most.

This blog is a compilation of reports from World AIDS Day activities throughout the nation, a 24-hour snapshot documenting the activities and contributions of thousands of volunteers throughout the U.S.

We have indexed blog entries by city and state. Clicking on a link will take you to the most recent entry regarding the World AIDS Day activities in that city. There may be additional entries for that city lower down, so be sure to scroll down.

We encourage you to submit your own comments or observations in association with any entry. Simply click the "Comments" link at the end of this or any blog entry. All comments will be reviewed by an editor then posted as appropriate.

New York
North Carolina

1 comment:

Sharon said...


1 in 4 sexually active teenagers become infected with an STD every year, in the United States alone. Now, more than ever, we need to join together to fight this growing issue. As I read through your website, it is clear that you share the same passion for STD/STI awareness. We here, at, understand the importance of STD/STI prevention and treatments. If you could, please list us as a resource or host our social book mark button, it would be much appreciated. We can not reach every teenager, but together we can try.
If you need more information please mail me with the subject line as your URL.

Thank You,
Sharon Vegoe