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With your help, NAP raised a great deal of funds through the Omaha Gives! and Give to Lincoln Day events! We couldn’t be happier with the support we received! Thank you for your commitment to the cause and we’ll keep you posted when final fundraising numbers are in!
June 14th, 2014, will mark the 5th annual celebration of The Queenâ€™s Birthday; A Charity Garden Party held in central Nebraska in support of the Nebraska AIDS Project office located in Kearney, Nebraska. Supporters and friends of the Nebraska AIDS Project will gather at Cunninghamâ€™s Journal that day in downtown Kearney to raise funds that will help sustain services provided by the Kearney office which serves 38 counties in the central part of Nebraska. The purpose of the event is to increase community awareness and to help further testing and education about HIV and AIDS.
On September 22nd, 2013 135 runners and walkers participated in the annual AIDS Walk/Run in Hastings, Nebraska this past weekend raising over $3,000 for the Nebraska AIDS Project.
The funds raised by the Hastings AIDS Walk/Run will play a vital role in our efforts to radically reduce new HIV infections in central Nebraska, ensure everybody knows their status, and make sure all people living with HIV/AIDS get the care they need. The Hastings AIDS Walk/Run is about a community of people coming together not only to create something special, but also to make a substantial impact in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
On June 27th, also National HIV Testing Day, over 500 people attended the 5th Annual Project Condom Fashion Show at the Magnolia Hotel in Downtown Omaha. This year’s show featured 25 designers, 12 stylists, and 38 unique designs prominently featuring condoms.
Over 500 attendees and helped raise over $12,000 to support Nebraska AIDS Project’s client services and education programs! Since its inaugural event in 2009, the Project Condom Fashion Show has now raised over $58,000 to benefit Nebraska AIDS Project’s programs. More importantly, this event has increased awareness of NAP’s vital role in the community.