AIDS Project Los Angeles - Optimist
May 2013
In the Spotlight: Jeff Cohen

What's New

• APLA is currently interviewing clients for a new support group for HIV-positive straight men. The group joins an array of counseling services offered by APLA.

• APLA is commemorating 30 years of service this year. We have reunions for staff and volunteers along with a major fundraiser honoring our three decades of work.

• We are taking a brief survey of APLA supporters. Enter today at apla.org/survey for your chance to win a pair of season tickets to APLA Special Events!

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What's New
Art Project Los Angeles

APLA is thrilled to announce David Anson Russo as the featured artist for this year’s Art Project Los Angeles, an art auction and reception benefiting APLA.

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  Concrete Hero

The ultimate urban obstacle challenge to support life-saving services for people living with HIV/AIDS is back. Concrete Hero 2013 will feature a new location, longer distance, and more!

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  Pennyroyal Studio and BJ Betts

Pennyroyal Studio and tattoo artist / lettering expert BJ Betts have teamed up to create a collection of handcrafted jewelry benefiting APLA.

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Take Action

Take Action

• Bring your family and friends and march with APLA at this year’s LA Pride Parade on Sunday, June 9! All participants will receive a free, limited-edition APLA t-shirt. To sign up, visit apla.org/parade.

• The Los Angeles County Commission on HIV and the Prevention Planning Council (PPC) have a big impact on APLA clients. They have come together to better coordinate care, treatment, and prevention activities across Los Angeles County.

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Upcoming Events

• L.A. Biomedical Forum (5/31)

• March with APLA in the L.A. Pride Parade (6/9)

• Collective Effect @ APLA screening of How to Survive a Plague (6/12)

• Art Project Los Angeles (6/28-6/30)

• Concrete Hero (7/14)

• Free HIV testing and STD screenings (ongoing)

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Upcoming Events
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