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Join Us for the 20th Edition of Ça Marche!


September is Ça Marche month on the blog! Let’s come together for the Farha Foundation’s walk on September 30th, and raise money for our HIV prevention, education, and support services for youth. Join our team, make a donation, get involved!

This is Ça Marche’s 20th year, and this will be our 8th year participating, and as always, we’ll be DANCING instead of walking. Why do we dance? We dance because we want to celebrate the lives of people with HIV/AIDS in addition to commemorating those we’ve lost. We dance to celebrate the joys of working with youth, empowering them by providing information, testing, safer sex supplies, and non-judgemental counseling.

Our Ça Marche campaign supports two vital youth services: our medical clinics and our peer-based sex education program, the Sense Project. Last year, nearly 700 people accessed our clinics, and we reached 1389 participants through Sense. Help us reach even more youth this year!