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Friday 29th November 2013 9:00 AM
Join in the worldwide celebrations of World AIDS Day on Sunday, December 1, 2013 and help us achieve the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) 2011-2015 Strategy theme “Getting to Zero: Zero new HIV infections, Zero discrimination, Zero AIDS-related deaths” by wearing something RED! Every corporation, office, small business, school is asked to have their employees wear something red and donate $2 to the fight. Take photos and post them on our facebook page to show your support. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2013. For more information contact Bahamas AIDS Foundation @ 325-9326 or email: email@example.com
In April, RoyalStar Assurance (RSA) launched its Click for A Cause Campaign for the second year in a row. The online, interactive campaign branded by the company's advertising and design firm, AdWorks, was once again very well received with final vote tallies exceeding previous levels.
The RoyalStar Assurance-sponsored initiative was introduced last year with much fanfare and wrapped-up in December 2010, with donation presentations to the three charities with the most votes - Hands For Hunger, the Bahamas National Trust and the Ranfurly Home. RSA also presented three lucky persons, who each made donations to the various charities during the course of the promotion, with $250, $500 and $1,000 Visa gift cards respectively.
This year, the public was again invited to vote for the charity of their choice from a list that included Abilities Unlimited, the AIDS Foundation of The Bahamas, the Bahamas Conference Women's Missionary Society, BASRA (Bahamas Air, Sea & Rescue Association), BHumane (Humane Society of The Bahamas), the Persis Rodgers Home for the Aged, Sister Sister, the Bahamas Red Cross, the Scout Association of The Bahamas, Project Read and Ride For Hope. Voters were welcome to add and vote for charities not listed.
At the conclusion of this year's spring campaign, the Bahamas Conference Women's Missionary Society, BHumane and Sister Sister emerged as winners. Each organization received a donation from RoyalStar Assurance, premier insurance provider throughout The Bahamas, Cayman and Turks & Caicos.
Saturday 26th June 2010 7:00 PM
The AIDS Foundation of The Bahamas presents a Mid-Summer's White Party at The Balmoral Club. Donation: $150, includes drinks, food and entertainment. Start Time: June 26th at 7:00pm Where: The Balmoral Club For more information, contact 242-325-9326 For downloadable .pdf file click here
Nassau, Bahamas -
Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants ("BICA") will be hosting its
Annual Accountants' Week during November 6-12, 2011. The week begins
with a Church Service at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, West Hill Street
at 11:00 a.m. on November 6, 2011 then continues with informative
sessions from November 8-11, 2011 at the British Colonial Hilton Hotel,
West Bay Street. There will be a Cocktail Reception on Thursday,
November 10, 2011 at the British Colonial Hilton Hotel, immediately
following that day's session. The week ends with a Fun/Run/Walk/Push
on November 12, 2011 with part proceeds being donated to The National
AIDS Foundation. The route will be from Arawak Cay to Goodman's Bay to
President of the?Bahamas AIDS Foundation, Lady Camille Barnett, said yesterday during the 17th annual Red Ribbon Ball that there is a small percentage of the 150 adolescent aged children diagnosed with HIV who are not taking their medication to control the illness.
According to her, the foundation was hoping to raise more than $75,000 from the ball in order to support a campaign to raise HIV?and AIDS?awareness for those adolescents.
"We have a major plan that we're doing with adolescents and it requires a lot of financial support, so we're hoping that the ball raises at least that $75,000," said Lady Barnett.
"Education awareness is very, very important but we also pro ...
Nassau, Bahamas - You're invited to the
18th Annual Red Ribbon Ball Removing the Mask Masquerade Ball Saturday,
November 12, 2011 at The Imperial Ballroom - Atlantis, Paradise Island.
Dress: Black Tie & Mask, Donation: $225. Presented by Colina in support of The Bahamas AIDS Foundation.
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Scotiabank Bahamas recently joined hands with The Bahamas AIDS Foundation
in hosting the 2011 Red Ribbon Ball. Hosted under the theme, 'I am Accepted,'
the Ball is the Foundation's single largest fund-raising initiative, now
in its seventeenth year. An annual supporter of the AIDS Foundation, Scotiabank
was an Executive Corporate Partner to this year's gala.
The Bank is a
dedicated partner to worldwide efforts at the local, regional, national
and international levels to reduce new HIV infections and minimize the
impact of the illness...
Arms deep in the event of the moment, Lady Camille Barnett zipped between stops along the trail of the AIDS Foundation's free testing day at the College of The Bahamas. At one stop students in jeans and T-shirts assembled in a line for registration. At another, they sat in rows waiting for either mandatory pre-counseling or for the actual test.
When Barnett was not assisting her team members at a station, she was gently ushering students from one spot to another.
The work of a Bahamas AIDS Foundation president is never done.
Yet the task is one Barnett, the current president, took on eight years ago, knowing that there would be challenges.
"I knew there were going to be challenges and ...
Saturday 1st December 2012 6:00 AM
The Bahamas AIDS Foundation world AIDS Day T-shirt Day November 30th, 2012 Fun Run Walk Saturday, December 1st, 2012/6:00am Course for run: Goodmans Bay to Super Value roundabout and back to goodman's bay course for walk: goodman's bay to starbucks roundabout and back to goodman's bay for further information and/or registration drop off contact the Bahamas AIDS Foundation, #14 delancy street, Nassau, Bahamas, phone: (242)325-9326, Fax: (242)325-9327 you can also call (242) 456-8684 or (242)376-6276. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org please make cheques payable to: The Bahamas AIDS Foundation.