The Red Pump Project Meetup & Afrobella Welcome
Saturday, June 20, 2009 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (CDT)
Come join The Red Pump Project for an evening of relaxing, socializing, drinks & fun after the Blogging While Brown Conference wraps up. Let's also welcome Beauty Blog Extraordinaire, Afrobella to Chicago, who just made her cross-country move from Miami. She's the special guest of honor and will be gracing us with her presence.
It'll be a cash bar but we also offering: Food, raffle prizes, and a relaxed comfortable atmosphere to mix and mingle (for a great cause).
Most importantly, this will be a fundraiser for a great cause. ALL proceeds from this event will go to benefit the Chicago Women's AIDS Project.
Bellas, Rock your Red Pumps! Fellas, Rock your Red Ties!
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR
The Chicago Women's AIDS Project is the only organization in Chicago solely dedicated to providing gender-specific HIV prevention and care services to women at risk. Currently, they provide a wide range of support services, including professional therapy, peer-led support groups, after-school activities and childcare subsidies, treatment education, financial assistance, leadership and facilitator training.
About The Red Pump Project
The Red Pump Project is an initiative to raise awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls, both directly and indirectly.
Created by Karyn and Luvvie, it began as a blog initiative on March 10th, 2009. They got125 bloggers to "Rock the Red Pump" widget on their blogs to speak out about the issue of HIV/AIDS. It is now a national initiative that is doing work on the ground and online to ensure that women are empowered with knowledge about HIV/AIDS and the issues surrounding it.
When & Where
The Red Pump Project
The Red Pump Project® is a nonprofit organization that raises awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls. We empower, educate, and motivate action by boldly driving conversation online and offline around HIV prevention and issues related to sexual and reproductive health. We use the Red Pump as a symbol of empowerment to represent the strength and courage of women affected by HIV/AIDS.
Red Pump believes that if HIV affects one, it affects us all. We use a powerful symbol for a powerful cause. The incorporation of fashion into the message of HIV prevention is our contribution as we hope to show that Awareness is Always in Style!
To learn more, please visit The Red Pump website.