To Unite All People On a World Scale - Peace Environment Health Empowerment
Time: May 15, 2010 to May 16, 2010
Street: Meadowland Regional Centre, 737 Golf Links Road Unit 1
Website or Map: http://guide.opendns.com/?url…
Phone: 905.518.1308 905) 648-7155
Event Type: candlelight, memorial, procession, education, music, fundraiser
Organized By: FixOurWorld
Latest Activity: May 11, 2010
Fix Our World & Chapters Ancaster Presents:
27th Annual International AIDS Candlelight Memorial
Special Music Guests:
Sat May 15
3:00 to 4:00 - Melissa Bel
4:10 to 4:40- Francine Ngenda
5:00 to 6:00- Christopher Clause
6:00 to 7:00- Chris & Christa
7:00 to 7:30- Marryiam Khan- Flutist from St Thomas More Secondary School
Sun May 16
3:00 to 4:00 Dan Medakovic
4:00 to 5:00 Joni NehRita
5:30 to 7:30 - Mark McNeil Mo Kauffey Duane Rutter
Leading Candlelight Memorial
7:50 to 8:00- Theresa Randles: Grandmothers of Steel
Marryiam Khan-Flutist will perform during Candlelight Procession.
Procession starts at 8pm leading out of Chapters to the Soccer Field where we will form the Symbol of Hope
Candles are available at Chapters & Starbucks Ancaster
Our photos from this event will be sent to the Global Health Council where the rest of the world can view our event uniting with 119 Countries.
As a Fundraiser for the Stephen Lewis Foundation we encourage you to make purchases on these days. We will have stickers available to show you are supporting this event in return Chapters Ancaster will donate 10% to the The Stephen Lewis Foundation on May 15 & 16
Come and fill out the ballet at our table.
In Addition Westdale Library and possible others will have a display for the Month of May raising awareness and educating the public about HIV/AIDS as well as promoting our Candlelight Memorial. Please take the time to read the display materials.
Thank you to our Sponsors: Chapters, Starbucks, Westdale Library
for the 2010 Candlelight Memorial: "Many Lights for Human Rights", which We feel this theme captures the collective movement of the Candlelight to move to action in the drive for access to treatment, care, and prevention, in addition to the elimination of stigma and discrimination. It also aligns with the UNAIDS 2009 World AIDS Day theme of "Universal Access & Human