UAC Program Partner GALAEI Hosts Fundraiser at Chipotle Mexican Grill

Date: 
February 27, 2014

UAC Program Partner GALAEI Hosts Fundraiser

at Chipotle Mexican Grill

 

For immediate release

Contact: Elicia Gonzales

215-851-1822

elicia@galaei.org

Philadelphia, PA -- February 27, 2014 -- On Saturday, March 1 12pm-4pm Urban Affairs Coalition (UAC) Program Partner, the Gay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative (GALAEI) will host a fundraiser at Chipotle Mexican Grill located on 15th and Walnut Streets. GALAEI will receive 50% of proceeds when customers present their flyer at the time of purchase. The money raised will help GALAEI continue to provide social services around HIV/AIDS and sexual health for the community, specifically the Latino and LGBT communities. GALAEI is a Queer Latino Social Justice Organization committed to empowering the Latino and LGBT communities by providing educational resources and counseling. GALAEI serves as a bridge to the Latino and LGBT communities throughout Philadelphia.

For more information, please visit www.Galaei.org and follow @Galaeiphilly on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. 

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About GALAEI

GALAEI is the only HIV/AIDS education program in Pennsylvania whose primary focus is to address the needs of Latino minorities. For over 20 years, GALAEI has worked to represent the needs of people within the LGBT and AIDS communities, as well as meet the needs and concerns of LGBT people of color at risk for HIV. GALAEI offers workshops and one-on-one counseling for youth in addition to providing free and confidential HIV counseling and testing. 

 

About the Urban Affairs Coalition

The Urban Affairs Coalition unites government, business, neighborhoods, and individual initiatives to improve the quality of life in the region, build wealth in urban communities, and solve emerging issues. With a network of over 65 partner organizations, the Coalition strengthens nonprofit organizations through fiscal sponsorship, capacity building, and program evaluation in order to provide economic opportunity to low-income household, working families, and disadvantaged businesses.