Events

Kids 4 Kids NY 2014

We are pleased to share the great news with you that the Kids 4 Kids family festival in New York City will be hosted again on Saturday, September 27th at the Fieldhouse at Chelsea Piers, with all net funds supporting the lifesaving work of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF).

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2013-2014 UP 4 THE FIGHT Season

Every year, universities across the nation take a physical stand against pediatric HIV/AIDS by planning and participating in an UP 4 THE FIGHT Dance Marathon: an event where students stay awake and on their feet from anywhere between 12 and 26 hours in an effort to raise money and awareness for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.

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25th Anniversary Celebration (recap)

EGPAF honored Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi with the Congressional Global Champion Award at its 25th Anniversary Celebration at the Newseum in Washington, DC. Leader Pelosi joined with EGPAF to celebrate 25 years of commitment, passion and determination to end AIDS in children around the world.

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2013 Global Impact Award Gala Dinner (recap)

At the 2013 Global Impact Award Gala Dinner, stars and supporters came out in full force as the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation honored former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton for her tireless effort to fight HIV and AIDS worldwide.

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2013 A Time For Heroes (recap)

At this year's A Time For Heroes carnival in Los Angeles, the stars of Hollywood were out in full force. From Interscope Recording Artist Jessica Sanchez to actors and actresses from Disney's "Teen Beach Movie." But our favorite stars were the EGPAF Ambassadors who gathered to share their stories and the mission of the Foundation.

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2013 Global Champions (recap)

In February, EGPAF President and CEO Chip Lyons attended our first annual "Global Champions for a Mother's Fight" gala, an opportunity to honor some of our heroes in the battle against pediatric HIV/AIDS. EGPAF was privileged to recognize Johnson & Johnson, Amy Towers, and Cookie Johnson for their commitment to creating an AIDS-free generation.

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