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Michelle Williams wears the African Art Bracelets. Now $25! www.until.org We recognized the demand for the African Art Bracelets and we recognized the obstacle with the price; so we’ve been in negotiation and are finally able to offer the African Arts for $25.00!! 90% of the proceeds are still reinvested in the fight against […]
Time sure flies by… the three months that I’ve been working with UNTIL for the HIV/AIDS cause is now coming to an end. While working with the lovely staff of Until There’s A Cure, I discovered many differences between a Non-profit organization and what I knew from my earlier projects. In my past experience I […]
New Partnership Promotes “Positive Action” Until There’s a Cure is thrilled to announce its partnership with Kreeya.com, a curated online shopping destination for local, independent fashion in San Francisco. Kreeya, sanskrit for “positive action,” connects independent designers with people who want to make a statement with the clothes they wear. Starting today, you can shop for many UTAC […]
BY HANA KAJIMURA “Budget cuts kill! Fight global AIDS!” – Activists protesting budget cuts I don’t know about all of you, but my life was affected last week when the U.S. Government almost shutdown—I waited to find out if I would be dog sitting for my family who was supposed to go to the Grand […]
An Interview with Until There’s A Cure Volunteer Martha Phillips BY LINDSAY STEELE “I am passionate about fairness and giving a helping hand to those in need. It will make us all stronger!” – Martha Phillips Martha Phillips is a veteran of the fashion industry. Her diverse back groundincludes trend forecasting, merchandising, buying and fashion publishing […]
BY LINDSAY STEELE Over the weekend I experienced something very inspiring … Walking around on a sunny Saturday in San Francisco, CA I came across a kid playing the drums. He was no older than 10 yet was playing like he’d mastered the instrument decades ago. There was a large crowd, so it wasn’t until […]
BY HANA KAJIMURA “It’s bad enough that people are dying of AIDS, but no one should die of ignorance.” – Elizabeth Taylor Elizabeth Taylor lived by her word. She used her star status to shine light on an issue that the rest of the world wanted desperately to keep in darkness—HIV and AIDS. The mid […]
By Lolly Kruse I am the Junior Treasurer of the Girl’s Learn International chapter in Glen Ridge, New Jersey. Girls Learn International gives girls a voice in the movement for universal girls’ education and human rights. I brought up the idea at our November officer meeting, just two weeks before World AIDS Day, to host […]