WORLD AIDS DAY DETROIT
- Advocacy & Human Rights
- Health & Medicine
Location3670 WOODWARD AVE #314DETROIT, MI 48201 United States
Mission: To stand together on World AIDS Day towards an AIDS-free generation.
World AIDS Day Detroit (WADD) is a grassroots organization dedicated to increasing awareness and knowledge about AIDS/HIV. Started in 2011, by Wayne State University medical student, Phillip Kucab, WADD's goal was to bring together the various groups and individuals to commemorate World AIDS Day on December 1st.
By providing a singular resource, WADD continues to bring greater awareness and exposure to the efforts of local organizations to commemorate World AIDS Day. It is our mission to build an active, strong, and engaged community.
One of the premier events of World AIDS Day Detroit is the Mayors Breakfast. Hosted by WADD, the event unites civic and community leaders in a moment of reflection, discussion, and shared responsibility for an AIDS-Free Generation.
Because we're a grassroots organization, our success is possible through the strong voices in our community from our partners to sponsors to tireless staff and volunteers. Now all we need is YOU! Get involved: attend, volunteer, spread the word, and donate to our cause. Share in the responsibility for creating an AIDS-Free Generation.