Did you know that Washington, DC ranks as the highest in the nation with 3% of its residents having HIV or AIDS? Did you know that for gay and bisexual men, it’s estimated to be as high as 19%?
From 7PM to 9PM at The Green Lantern (1335 Green Court NW), you can come out to not only enjoy Happy Hour specials and great music, but also help fight the spread of HIV in DC!
Upstairs, you, the friends you’ve inevitably invited, and other members of the HIV Prevention Working Group will spend 2 fun-filled hours putting together safer sex kits.
To learn more about the HIV Working Group visit them on Facebook or on Twitter.
Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away. What are some of the things you are thankful for?
Don’t forget to join “Help Support my Local Shelter” on @CrowdTilt http://tilt.tc/vh3R
Klassily will be hosting their first cocktail and charity happy hour at Number Nine.
Number Nine will be providing 2 for 1 cocktails and a ravishing mix of music.
100% of the proceeds will go to The Central Union Mission.
About The Central Union Mission, Number Nine and why D.C has so many homeless.
In just one short week Klassily has raised enough money to purchase 30 meals and has received 32 cans of food to be donated to the Central Union Mission. If you haven’t already joined the cause, you’re in luck. Klassily will be hosting Cocktails and Charity at two of D.C.’s most premier venues and is still accepting donations on CrowdTilt. Life is too short not to live klassily so make sure you stop by.
Klassily founder, Isaac Bellamy has started a campaign on CrowdTilt to help support his local shelter, the Central Union Mission. The Central Union Mission is a faith-based 501(C)3 nonprofit organization with four locations throughout the Washington area. He will be fund raising and collecting non-perishables until November 15. He has decided to raise at least $100.00, but is hoping to raise $200.00. All monetary donations made on CrowdTilt are tax-deductible and go directly to the shelter.
During the campaign he will be hosting two happy hours to allow supporters to drop off non-perishables and raise awareness for his cause. The first will be at Number Nine from 5 – 8pm on November 6, 2013. Number Nine is located at 1435 P Street NW, Washington D.C. 20005. The second will be at Smith Commons from 5 – 8pm on November 14, 2013. Smith Commons is located at 1245 H St. NE, Washington D.C. 20002.