The HIV Education and Prevention Project of Alameda County (HEPPAC) is celebrating 20 years of HIV prevention work!|
Who is HEPPAC?
The HIV Education and Prevention Project of Alameda County (HEPPAC), is a local non-profit dedicated to preventive, harm-reduction based, public health interventions for HIV and Hepatitis C. HEPPAC does weekly mobile outreach to communities in East Oakland, West Oakland, and Richmond. HEPPAC also operates "Casa Segura" a safe-house/drop-in center in Oakland where people can get food, take a shower, do a load of laundry, and get basic medical needs seen to. All of HEPPAC's services are completely free of charge.
What's happening at the event?
To celebrate our anniversary, HEPPAC will host a joyous celebration including fabulous door prizes, a silent auction featuring local artists and more, wine, Jamaican cuisine, an awards ceremony honoring Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Kaiser Permanente Community Programs, HEPPAC founders Arthur Belton, Camille Anacabe and Ricky Blumenthal, and HEPPAC's own Willie Dudley, (featured in the video).
All of the 20th anniversary gala proceeds will benefit our programs!
Where and when is the event?
HEPPAC's 20th anniversary gala will be at the LeQuiVive Gallery in Downtown Oakland, 1525 Webster St., on Thursday November 29th, 2012, from 6-8pm.
Come join us to celebrate and benefit our community at the same time!
Questions? Call (510) 434.0307 ext 312
LeQuiVive Gallery (View)
1525 Webster St.
Oakland, CA 94612
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