Local Businesses Give Back to AIDS Vancouver programs and people living with HIV through Third Party events!

May 1st will kick off our first ever Care & Compassion Month of May, companies and individuals all over Canada are participating in organizing a Third Party event or making an online donation at aidsvancouver.org.

Please take a moment and check out all of the great business support and offers for our Care & Compassion Month. If you know of someone who wants to book a hotel, support our arts community, purchase a earthquake kit, try an Escape Room, have a relaxing spa float or stay at the Opus Hotel take a look at the links below for more information.

AIDS Vancouver is encouraging everyone to make a donation or organize an event with friends, family, and business networks to help raise awareness and reach our goal of $25,000! This money will go directly to AIDS Vancouver programs; Care & Compassion Fund, Meal Assistance (Grocery), Care Services, Health Prevention/Promotion, Community Outreach and the Helpline.

Over the past couple of years, AIDS Vancouver has maintained our programs with funding shortfalls, and now we rely additionally on individuals and businesses to help us help those living with HIV.

Please consider supporting our programs assisting those living with HIV and the memories of those who have passed before us!

Upcoming Events

Open Door Gallery Art Sale

AIDS Vancouver and Open Door Gallery are pleased to announce the #iheartlocalart fundraising partnership, in celebration of a shared community focus and an investment in arts and health.

50% of #iheartlocalart merchandise sales and 10% of sales of all original local artwork will be donated to AIDS Vancouver.

Sponsor exhibit locations will display local paintings along with a QR code for purchase of #iheartlocalart merchandise throughout May and June.

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Opus Hotel Event

At OPUS Vancouver, we’re all about community. We invite you to join us in giving back, by booking here. With any room booked in the month of May, 10% of your room rate will be donated to AIDS Vancouver.

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Smarty Pantz

Smarty Pantz Escape rooms are donating $2 from every purchase to help assist those living with HIV & AIDS Vancouver throughout the Month of May!

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Pure Float

From April 15th to May 31st, Pure Float will be donating $1 from every float to help those living with HIV and AIDS Vancouver programs. 100% of the donations will go towards vital AIDS Vancouver programs.

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Are You Prepared?

$25 from every purchase of an Are You Prepared earthquake survival kit will go to AIDS Vancouver! It is inevitable that the Pacific Northwest will experience some type of unforeseen disaster, as we overdue for an earthquake and have been for hundreds of years.

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Budget Hotels

Get a Great Deal on a Hotel and contribute to AIDS Vancouver! 50% of all commission earned through this portal will be donated to AIDS Vancouver.

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Banana Tans

On May 9th & 10th at all Banana Tans locations, $5 from every drop in tan will be donated to help 100% of AIDS Vancouver programs and people living with HIV.

South Granville Salon will also be having our 2 year anniversary in conjunction with the opening of “Scizzor Fairy” Hair Salon in this location on Saturday May 9th from 3pm to 8pm.This will include prize draws, give-a-ways, entertainment and a fundraising host bar.

Note: This event will be at our 1448 W. Broadway Location Only.

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Ethical Bean

If you are downtown near Granville & Georgia May 5th from 7-10 am or May 23rd from 9-11 am, please join us for a cup of coffee and say hi! UBC students and Ethical bean Coffee will be starting your day off right for a generous donation.


For more information on all businesses participating or how you can get involved please email me or go online www.aidsvancouver.org


About AIDS Vancouver

Established in 1983, AIDS Vancouver was the first AIDS service organization in Canada founded in response to the growing need for community health organizations to support individuals vulnerable to the epidemic.

Today, AIDS Vancouver strives to create a future with no new HIV infections while ensuring support for those who are affected. More than 7,000 people from all over the world are accessing some form of service provided by AIDS Vancouver every year.  AIDS Vancouver continues to respond to the ongoing changing and challenging health care environment of HIV/AIDS and is fully dedicated to grow and respond to meet the needs of the community it serves.


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