Host a screening of The Far End of the Road for your friends, family, and colleagues. The possibilities for venues are endless — your home, your place of worship, the office conference room, a local community center, a nearby senior center or school. This is also a great way to celebrate World AIDS Day, December 1 or International Women’s Day, March 8!
Find everything you need to get started withthis toolkit. It includes background information on GAIA and this 16 minute short film, tips for putting on a successful screening, and a discussion guide.
If you want to hold a screening, contact email@example.com or call 415.461.7196 and let us know! We are happy to help with any questions and can provide you with images of the film poster, as well as downloadable files of the film to view at your event.
One of the most common ways that supporters of GAIA raise money to support our programs and services is by hosting a fundraising party. This is a great way to catch up with friends while raising awareness about global HIV/AIDS and global health inequities and the difference GAIA is making on the ground in rural communities in Malawi.
Some examples of this might include:
A wine and cheese gathering in your home
A Jeffersonian dinner or potluck
A game night (Bingo, Bunco, Poker, etc.)
Whatever the theme, the purpose of the party is to connect with friends and loved ones and learn more about GAIA and how a little bit of support goes such a long way on the ground in Malawi.