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Teens For Testing is an innovative HIV/AIDS education program targeted at SF Bay Area high school students that includes in-school HIV testing. Despite the efforts of current HIV/AIDS education and awareness programs, only 13% of teenagers in the U.S. have been tested for HIV according to the CDC. The program wants to engage teens in a peer-driven model of sexual health education and introduce regular testing as a part of their normal healthcare routine.
These children, and many others are waiting in Eastern Europe for their families. More info at www.PositivelyOrphaned.com.
All of the children are from a country which requires 2 trips.
There are no restrictions on family size.
Both parents must be younger than 60 years.
Multiple children can be adopted simultaneously (from the same orphanage).
Married couples and single mothers may apply.
Growing Generations has announced on its blog that the agency has launched a new program which provides surrogacy and egg donation services to men with HIV.
In the spirit of volunteerism for all ages, Project Angel Food is offering Baby Onesies and Kid's Tees for sale on their site. 100% of proceeds from sales go to the volunteer-based service.
Project Angel Food, founded in 1989 is the only agency in Los Angeles County that offers free daily meals to men, women and children affected by HIV/AIDS and other serious life threatening illnesses. The group currently serves 1,400 meals a day - has never missed a day of service - and never turned anyone away.