South Dallas is perhaps the hardest-hit area in Dallas County when it comes to HIV infections. And yet the area remains seriously under-served. That is why the newly formed Anthony Chisom AIDS Foundation decided last year to stage the first South Dallas AIDS Walk on March 19 this year — to heighten awareness among South Dallas residents, and to help focus the rest of the county’s attention on the need for more HIV-related resources there.
But you can’t have a successful AIDS walk without volunteers, and the foundation will be holding an orientation session Wednesday, Feb. 9, at 6:30 p.m. in the Oak Corner Room at the Center for Community Cooperation, 2900 Live Oak St.
You can RSVP to attend the orientation online here.
And find out more about the Anthony Chisom AIDS Foundation here.