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SAN DIEGO -- Being Alive HIV/AIDS Services has a chance to win a grant from Chase Community Giving Fund.
Supporters of Being Alive San Diego are urged to go online and vote.
“The deadline is Sept 19 so please take a moment to vote,” said Shannon Wagner, executive director.
Supporters can go online HERE and look for the vote button and then do a search for Being Alive. It takes about 30 seconds to vote and if you share the giving fund you can receive an extra vote.
“This comes at a time of importance to Being Alive so we could continue to serve thousands of low income HIV-positive San Diegans,” Wagner said.
The Chase Community Fund would help Being Alive continue the Peer Advocate program, Holistic AIDS Responsive Therapy, the food bank and much more.
About Being Alive San Diego
Being Alive San Diego’s mission is to deliver quality and compassionate services to people affected by HIV/AIDS and to provide education to those in need. Being Alive was formed by six HIV-positive individuals in 1989 to address the need for “peer driven” support and services. Today Being Alive is the longest running AIDS service organization in San Diego, serving more that 10,000 individuals every year.