October, 2011 – Latin Night Against HIV/AIDS


Comprehensive AIDS Program of Palm Beach County (CAP)

Latin Night Against HIV/AIDS


National Latino AIDS Awareness Day

October 15th, 2011



WHO: Volunteers and employees of the Comprehensive AIDS Program of Palm Beach County (CAP) aim to increase awareness and promote HIV prevention.

WHAT: CAP joins the National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD) organization to celebrate this event. Educational materials will be distributed and prizes will be given to winners in a HIV/AIDS question game.



October 15th, 2011

9 p.m. until 1 a.m.



CocoCabana Bar & Grill

Greenacres, FL

WHY:  In observance of National Latino AIDS Awareness Day, which is also the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month, organizations around the country promote and sponsor activities that respond to the state of HIV/AIDS among Hispanics/Latinos in their specific communities. 

The Comprehensive AIDS Program of Palm Beach County provides and promotes education, advocacy, and compassion to individuals and families infected and affected by HIV and AIDS in Palm Beach County. CAP has been conducting its Community Promise program within the Hispanic community to hinder new infections among Hispanics. The program has engaged community volunteers, including cab drivers, small business owners and managers, and concerned members of the community to distribute HIV information to others in the Hispanic community.



GENERAL INFO: For more information please call Hernminia Mercedes at 561-472-2466 ext. 133.