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Collective Effect are socially-conscious doers supporting APLA’s mission through education, community service, engaging events and social networking, making a direct impact on our community.
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Collective Effect seeks to bridge generations in the ﬁght against HIV/AIDS until the disease is eradicated. We are building a community, supporting the mission, programs and services of AIDS Project Los Angeles, where HIV status and disclosure is part of a safe and open dialogue. We are changing the perception of the disease in all communities through acceptance, prevention, education and outreach. We do this through a mixture of fundraising, community-building social events, and social networking.
Collective Effect is a group of socially-conscious doers supporting APLA’s mission through education, engaging events and social networking, making a direct impact on our communities
$20 per month provides 34 bags of groceries at one of AIDS Project Los Angeles’ nine food pantries. Sign up now.
$40 per month helps provide dental procedures throughout LA County for more than 15 APLA clients. Sign up now.
$60 per month helps provide one month of mental health support for 7 clients living with HIV/AIDS.) Sign up now.
$100 per month helps test 160 people for HIV and other STDs. Sign up now.
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