World Vision Global Vigil to Honor Children Impacted by HIV and AIDS
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 28 /PRNewswire/ --
WHAT: AIDS VIGIL & MARCH---To inspire action and compassion for the 6,000
children worldwide orphaned by AIDS each day, World Vision will
host a vigil in Los Angeles. This event is in concert with World
Vision's vigils in 16 cities, scheduled to circumnavigate the globe
over a 24-hour period leading up to World AIDS Day. During this
time, the names of 6,000 children who have lost one or both parents
to AIDS will be read. At the Los Angeles vigil, the world's
children will be recognized through the reading of 250 names.
WHEN: Thursday, November 29 12:00 noon - 2 pm
WHERE: Saint James in the City Church, 3903 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
WHO: Guest speakers include:
Ken Casey, Sr VP of Global Operations for World Vision
Mr. Moses Dombo, Director, Intl. Programs, HIV and AIDS, World
St. James in the City Choir
Event is open to the public
NOTE: for B-ROLL consideration as you assemble World AIDS Day stories in
LA-There is also a related World AIDS Day MARCH just prior to the
vigil. 10:30 am starting at the Islamic Center at 4th and Vermont.
Proceeding up to Wilshire and then along Wilshire to St James'
Church at St. Andrews.
Bagpipe Player and Drummers expected
6,000 Reasons to Act ... and Each Has a Name
Today, like every day year-round, 6,000 children will lose a parent to AIDS. "6,000 Reasons" is the theme World Vision has chosen to mark this year's World AIDS Day (December 1st) and the events and activities leading up to it, nationwide and globally.
The World Vision Global Vig
|SOURCE Aids Healthcare Foundation; World Vision|
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