Get Treated Get Involved Get Tested Get Educated

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2013 is a national HIV testing and treatment community mobilization effort to get Blacks all across the United States and territorial areas to get educated about the basics of HIV/AIDS; get tested to know their HIV status; get involved locally in their community and family to highlight the HIV/AIDS epidemic; and get treated if they are living with HIV/AIDS.

As this epidemic continues to devastate Black communities throughout the world, February 7 is a day where Black communities can mobilize to do something about HIV/AIDS in their community. Please complete the form below to register your organization or locale for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, February 7, 2013.

Host Contact Information:
Name of Organization Title
Organization Website Contact Person
Event Website Contact Email
Office Phone Facsimile
Event Location:
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Activities for the Event:
Please click on the various activities and/or events you plan on having for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2013
Crafts Competition Newspaper Article
Candlelight Vigil Press Conference
Community Forum Public Service Announcement
Community Health Fair Radio Broadcast
HIV Testing TV Cable Programming
March Rally Town Hall Meeting
Mayoral Proclamation Web Cast
Workshop Worship Service

Please note that only 100 posters and 100 postcards will be distributed for each event. Please complete the materials order form below.

Are you an affliate of an HBCU? If so, please select your school below:

Mailing Address:
Organization Contact Person
No. of Posters No. of Postcards
Address City
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Province Country

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