World AIDS Day.
It’s in your power to make a difference this World AIDS Day.
How? What do we mean by that?
Simply put, our programs save lives. Every day we reach another child, another teenager, giving them not only access to life-saving treatment, but also the hope and strength to take control of their own destinies.
Moving us closer to what we all want to see – an end to the injustice and heartbreak that is the AIDS epidemic.
This is the difference you can support.
If you can, make a donation. It doesn’t take much to have a big impact. You’d be amazed what is possible with just $30–it keeps a child on treatment for an entire month!
You can also sign up for updates, or follow us and share our story on your social media. The more people we reach with our message, the more we’ll be able to reach with our programs.
You’ll be in good company. We are thrilled to announce 3 very special new friends and supporters joining us as ambassadors this World AIDS Day – Taraji P. Henson, Janelle Monáe and Laila Ali.
“AIDS is the number one cause of death of adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa and the second greatest cause of death worldwide. World AIDS Day is on December 1st and I’m honored to be supporting Keep a Child Alive in the fight to put an end to this disease.” – Taraji P. Henson
“December 1st is World AIDS Day. I’m so proud to announce my partnership with Keep a Child Alive around this very meaningful day. Today, there are almost 37 million people living with HIV. This number is shocking and needs to be addressed immediately. We need to come together and use our voice to help put an end to this epidemic!”– Janelle Monáe
“As a fierce advocate for creating a happy, healthy and safe world for children, I am very honored to partner with Keep a Child Alive.The great work Alicia Keys and KCA have done globally to protect children from the HIV/AIDS epidemic is something I fully support.” – Laila Ali