Join our team at AIDSWalk Phoenix 2017
Oct
22
8:30 AM08:30

Join our team at AIDSWalk Phoenix 2017

On Sunday, October 22nd, 2017,  the "HEALL YES!" Team of supporters are walking/running/and supporting this year's AIDS Walk Arizona & 5K Run benefiting Aunt Rita's Foundation. AIDS Walk Arizona & 5K Run is the Valley of the Sun's largest and only fundraising walk raising crucial funds for Aunt Rita's Foundation and their 16 Partner Agencies.  

Aunt Rita's Foundation is a volunteer-driven health charity that raises funds on behalf of its 16 Partner Agencies (including HEAL International.) The money raised at this year's walk will enable HEAL to provide prevention education and essential services to those affected by HIV and AIDS, such as our program in Tanzania, Africa, and the OF MY OWN program, providing services to girls ages 11-17 who have been sex trafficked in Arizona. 

Please support us by registering to walk with TEAM "HEALL YES with HEALinternational.org" on Sunday, October 22rd, 2017, or by making a donation to my fundraising page. 

Please register to walk with HEAL International on Sunday, October 22nd, 2017!
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER WITH THE HEAL INTERNATIONAL TEAM! 

 

 

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4th Annual Night of HEALing Masquerade Gala
Oct
7
6:00 PM18:00

4th Annual Night of HEALing Masquerade Gala

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Don't Just Save the Date ~ Register Today!

The 4th Annual Night of HEALing Masquerade is our annual fundraising event to empower and enable the work of HEAL in our community.  We are committed that you will be powerfully connected to the love and community that we are as an organization, within in our communities and for those whom we serve. We, including and especially you, are the source of love and community for humanity!

The work of HEAL International is based on the principle that every human life has equal value, irrespective of socioeconomic status.  Adults and children living in areas that lack essential health services bear a disproportionate burden of disease and health complications and have been shown to have a shorter life expectancy than people living in communities that have access to basic health services and health education.  Moreover, medical infrastructure and economics are intimately linked. Poor health conditions and infrastructure in resource-limited communities can have a dramatic effect on local economies.

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