Hosted by Houston Public Media’s Ernie Manouse—also host of his daily radio show Houston Town Square with Ernie Manouse—AFH’s World AIDS Day event returns as a virtual event, along with VIP in-person watch party.
This year’s commemoration will feature remarks from Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, Judge Lina Hidalgo, and more, along with remarks from AFH board members, client testimonials, surprise performers, and more.
Shelby Hodge will present the 2021 Shelby Hodge Vision Award to honoree Paul Kawata, executive director of the National Minority AIDS Council, with a conversation with Manouse following the award.
In-Person Viewing Party at BeDesign
For anyone eager to return to a real world event, AFH will host a special in-person VIP watch party at BeDesign on West Alabama.
VIP guests can enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres and get a front row seat to live remarks and performances. Tickets are $500 for a pair of tickets and are available at the Host Committee level ($500 for a pair of tickets) and for all underwriters. Order tickets or learn more.
About AIDS Foundation Houston
Founded in 1982, AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. (AFH) was the first AIDS Service Organization in Texas and remains a national leader in HIV/STD programming. With the vision of creating a community where HIV is stigma-free and rare, and people have equitable access to care, AFH works towards the mission of ending the HIV epidemic in the greater Houston area.
Focusing on preventing new HIV transmissions, and providing housing and supportive services to those already living with HIV, AFH provides care to almost 6,000 men, women and children affected by HIV and will educate more than 75,000 people throughout Texas. Learn more.
World AIDS Day 2021 Virtual Event
- Date: Wednesday, June 1, 2021
- Time: 6:30pm to 7:30pm.
- Watch: Tickets to the virtual event start at $10. Order tickets, register, donate, or learn more.
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