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HIV/AIDS Faith Evening Webinar – May 26th at 5:00 p.m. ET

The HHS Partnership Center and White House Office for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships are hosting an evening HIV/AIDS webcast, live from the White House this Thursday at 5:00 p.m. ET. This event provides an opportunity for your congregation or community organization to host a watch party and join in the discussion on preventing and responding to HIV/AIDS in our communities, and supporting individuals living with HIV/AIDS.

The National HIV/AIDS Strategy calls for the Federal Centers for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships to actively engage faith communities to address HIV/AIDS and promote prevention and early treatment.

We hope you will be able to join us for this discussion.  If you have a question for a member of the panel, please email Partnerships@hhs.gov by 12:00pm on Thursday, May 26, 2011.  Be sure to include, your name, organization and location.

Panelists:

Joshua DuBois
Executive Director, White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Chantelle Britton-Faison
Office of National AIDS Policy

Rev. Edwin Sanders
Senior Servant and Founder, Metropolitan Interdenominational Church in
Nashville, Tennessee

Pernessa C.  Seele
CEO and Founder, Balm in Gilead, Inc

Phillip Thomason
Minister of Outreach and Pastoral Care, Saint Mark United Methodist Church in Atlanta, GA

To view the webcast, visit http://whitehouse.gov/live.

For listen-in only, please use the information provided below.

Phone: 800-369-1709
Passcode: 3058216

A fact sheet from the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD Exit Disclaimer), designed to help faith communities pursue these and other activities, is also available: United in Battling HIV/AIDS: A Guide to Understanding How Faith Communities Can Make a Difference (PDF 248 KB). Read our blog post on this guide.

Comments

  1. I know that many African organizations have received grants to do HIV/AIDS prevention work. Are there grants we can receive for faith-based work in the tehcnical assistance realm to support this effort?

  2. Talithia Graham says:

    Is the webinar available to review after it has aired. I have students who are interested in hearing it.

  3. What is the likelihood of a repeat of this event?
    I know that members of the Universal Life Church would be delighted to join in this type of event. I wish I’d heard about it earlier.

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