The 30 30 Campaign:
30 years of the HIV movement in Vancouver
AIDS VANCOUVER TURNS 30, RSVP for the 30th Anniversary Celebration
AIDS Vancouver is turning 30 this year, and we want you to join the celebration.
The 30 30 Campaign chronicles the untold stories from the leaders of the HIV movement in Vancouver. These thirty videos will share the stories of the doctors, the nurses, the scientists, the community members, the advocates, and the families who were touched and inspired to make change by this epidemic.
"Vancouver has long been at the forefront of the fight against HIV/AIDS," said Dr. Brian Chittock, Executive
Director of AIDS Vancouver. "In fact, AIDS Vancouver was the first AIDS service organization in Canada. As we reflect back on
the past 30 years, it is important to celebrate the stories of those who have contributed, remember those we have lost, and
inspire the next generation to continue the work of prevention, action, and support."
Wrapping up The 30 30 Campaign in style, the legendary Commodore Ballroom is rolling out the red carpet and playing host for an evening
of remembrance and celebration July 30th, 2013. Musical talent, live painting and dynanmic hosts will fill the stage
as guests dine on canapés and small plates. The evening will feature the inaugural Red Ribbon Awards, honoring some of AIDS
Vancouver's remarkable champions, as well as the premiere of the final video of The 30 30 Campaign series.
Registration for tickets is FREE, with donations gratefully accepted upon arrival.
Date & Time Tuesday, July 30, 2013
6:30 PM - 1:00 AM
Address The Commodore Ballroom
868 Granville Street
The first AIDS service organization in Canada. AIDS Vancouver was founded in 1983 as the first AIDS service organization in Canada.
AIDS Vancouver plays a special role in providing quality health care to people affected by HIV/AIDS living in the Lower Mainland. It is clearly more than just a community health care organization. It is an organization whose presence and continued strength is essential to the quality for life of this community and of each individual and family who draws on its services. Our Agency is a vital community asset which everyone affected by HIV/AIDS can share, and in which we all have a stake. www.aidsvancouver.org