With the first case of AIDS reported in 1981 to a person with Hemophilia a pandora’s box had been opened that to this day we as a community still suffer from. After 30 years we have witnessed the deaths of more than 8,000 people from either HIV/AIDS or hepatitis C with still more infected and battling to survive. Although we as “blood brothers and sisters” are cognizant of this tragedy that has brought despair and despondency to its victims and their families to the “outside” world our plight has gone unnoticed far too often.
Today, we can change that!
The Committee of Ten Thousand is committed to building a Memorial to honor all the victims of HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C in this senseless tragedy
The Committee of Ten Thousand is committed to providing for the families who lost loved ones a place they can visit for introspection and closure.
The Committee of Ten Thousand is committed to creating a structure that will serve as both an educational tool and a reminder to the world that this kind of medical catastrophe should never happen again.
You can be part of a promise for a better future while ensuring those who perished did not die in vain.