Day 1 - The Global Event

November 29 at 1pm EST

The first day will focus on how HIV/AIDS affects us world wide and the global response of U=U (Undetectable = Untransmittable). This event will be completely virtual and will feature...

  • Guest speakers from countries around the world
  • Messages from: 

    * Dr. Kyle Sinclair (South Africa)
    * Brittany Cameron (Canada)
    * Dr. Amira Herdoiza (Ecuador)
    * Dr. Adriana Campa (Botswana)

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Day 2 - Meet the Volusia/Flagler World AIDS Day Team

November 30 at 6:30pm EST

The second day will be a meet and greet with the World AIDS Day team.  Join us as we discuss our part in the services and programs provided to the community. This event will be completely virtual and will feature...

  • The Health Department

    * Tony Broxton - Case Management
    * Michael Hall - PCHAP Board
    * Cynthia Ross - Program Overview
  • CAN Community Health

    * Dr. Mohammad Reza - Medical
    * Tomas Greiner - Medical Peer Navigator
  • Outreach Community Network

    * Terrell Irvin
    * Latreace Flint - Prevention
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Day 3 - Memorial Service & Celebration

December 1 at 6:30pm EST

In partnership with New Church Family, we will host a Memorial Service at their church. The packed schedule includes keynote speakers from across the country, a time of remembrance and words of encouragement from community leaders as we continue to raise awareness.

The Memorial Service will be hosted and located at New Church Family at 6:30pm

  • Opening Prayer by Pastor Barhoo
  • Encouraging Words by Tomas Greiner
  • AIDS Quilt Ceremony with Justin Bell
  • Messages from our Keynote Speakers | Learn More About Our Speakers

    * Matthew Carter - “HIV in Today’s World and the Future”
    Valerie Wojciechowicz - “Remembering Those We Lost”

  • Candle Lighting Ceremony
  • Prayers from Community Pastors & Leaders

    Reverend Long - Hope and Encouragement
    Reverend Dunlap - Love and Compassion
    Father Phil - Community & Support

A note about COVID-19 and our World AIDS Day Memorial & Celebration Service

We are actively monitoring the Coronavirus pandemic 2019 (COVID-19) in our region. We are following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding large gatherings.

If you do choose to attend: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are requiring that all attendees who attend the physical Memorial Ceremony remain in their vehicles during the ceremony. The screen will be large enough for everyone to safely enjoy the event from their vehicles. This will ensure the safety of the participants as well as the speakers and other guests in attendance do not congregate even in small groups. All speakers and staff will be wearing masks at all times during the event as well as having personal microphone covers for the speakers and the microphone being sanitized between speakers. During the Quilt Ceremony, all participants will be required to wear masks and socially distance.

If you are sick or feeling you are getting sick, we ask that you please stay home. Currently, older adults and persons with underlying health conditions are considered to be at increased risk of severe illness and complications from COVID-19. The CDC recommends that people in high-risk groups consult with their healthcare provider about attending any large gathering.

If you choose not to attend
, please log into the Facebook Live event and watch the live stream. We have provided every avenue possible so our community can be involved in this special day.

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