Help a community identity to help a child at risk of HIV.
Every year the Australian-born New York resident Ian Jopson participates in the New York Walk for AIDS.
This year, his proceeds — which already total over $2500 — will go towards Keep A Child Alive, an international charity which establishes orphanages for the child victims of HIV and helps to keep them healthy.
“I try to be active on many issues where people’s basic human rights are not equal, but nothing is as important to me as this campaign,” Jopson said.
“This is something that directly improves the quality of the lives of hundreds of people.
“I cannot do this without your heart, your generosity and your support. Please give what you can. Every donation, big or small, helps build a wonderful contribution to this most important organisation.”
info: For more information on Keep A Child Alive, visit http://keepachildalive.org. To find out more about Ian Jopson and make a donation visit http://aidswalknewyork2010.kintera.org/faf/donorReg/donorPledge.asp?ievent=331281&supid=43202174