If you’ve already registered and are participating, keep going and help spread the word!
1. Join Ludacris and Emmy Rossum for the YouthAIDS Kick Me campaign.
- Visit www.youthaids.org and register today.
- Download your Kick Me kit, grab your sponsor form and hit the road. For every hour you wear or post the sign, ask friends and family to sponsor you or simply ask for a flat donation.
- Wear the sign on World AIDS Day, December 1. Talk about HIV. Collect your pledges. Send in funds raised to YouthAIDS by December 15 to collect great rewards from ALDO, Kiehl’s, and others.
2. Stop into any ALDO store or visit www.youthaids-aldo.org and purchase an ALDO Fights AIDS tote bag or Empowerment Tag. 100 percent of the net proceeds from the sales of the bags and tags support YouthAIDS.
3. Shop at Kiehl’s. Kiehl’s will donate 100 percent of proceeds from all sales in free-standing stores between 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. on World AIDS Day. To find a store near you, visit www.kiehls.com.
4. Buy a pair of Levi’s jeans at www.levisstore.com and the Levi brand will donate $5.01 to YouthAIDS. In support of World AIDS Day, the Levi brand is partnering with YouthAIDS to donate up to $30,000 by allocating $5.01 for each transaction on www.levisstore.com that includes a purchase of at least one pair of Levi’s jeans.
5. Tune in to TLC at 8/7c to watch Ashley Judd and YouthAIDS: Confronting the Pandemic. One of Hollywood’s most celebrated actresses, Ashley Judd, is teaming up with her friend Salma Hayek for a one-hour documentary. On this trip through Central America, Judd takes Hayek on an unforgettable journey. From the brothels of Guatemala City to the coast of Honduras, these women are on a mission to get the message out.
On their travels, Judd, Hayek and Latin rock star Juanes (also featured in this documentary) meet with the leaders who can affect change in their countries, as well as with the women and children who are directly impacted by the ravaging disease. TLC follows along as they document the personal stories of a disease that still carries great shame and stigma in Central America. For more information, visit tlc.discovery.com/fansites/youthaids/youthaids.html.
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