Kiehl's partners with Alicia Keys and Action for AIDS (AfA) on new fundraising initiative.
For every bottle of Limited Edition Midnight Recovery Concentrate sold, SGD$5 will be donated to Action for Aids (AfA).
(Updated: 06 Jan 2014)
SINGAPORE, NOVEMBER 5, 2013: : Kiehl’s Since 1851, 14-time Grammy Award winning artist and philanthropist Alicia Keys, and Keep a Child Alive, the organization Keys co-founded in 2003, are partnering to bring dignified treatment, care and support to children and families affected by HIV. Beginning 1 January 2014, Kiehl’s will begin selling a special edition of their Midnight Recovery Concentrate with 100% of the proceeds, up to $200,000, benefiting Keep a Child Alive globally.
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Ever felt like you could never attain satisfaction or a sense of accomplishment with your career?
(Updated: 03 Jan 2014)
Ever wished to stand out amongst the LGBT community and be able to commit to the Red Ribbon cause both at the same time?
Ever thought of running campaigns and performances with the power of positive rallying and concurrently, battle the HIV epidemic and stigma head on?
At AfA, we disseminate facts, dispel myths and re-educate the masses, irregardless of orientation.
The MSM team takes pride and effort in advocacy and education, offline and online.
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(Updated: 02 December 2013)
Prof Roy Chan awarded Public Administration Medal (Silver)
Action for AIDS is proud to congratulate our President Professor Roy Chan on being awarded the Public Administration Medal (Silver) or Pingat Pentadbiran Awam (Perak) by The President Tony Tan in celebration of Singapore’s 48th National Day.
(Updated: 11 November 2013)
Speaking on behalf of patients, volunteers and staff, Vice President of Action for AIDS Mr Thomas Ng said, “We congratulate Roy on this well-deserved
award and acknowledgment by the Government of Singapore. It recognises his work in government medical service, which also includes the enormous amount
of work he has undertaken in fighting for the wellbeing of people with HIV and to containing the pandemic here through education, awareness creation
and policy change. Action for AIDS is grateful for the leadership he has provided the organisation since 1988 and we wish him all the very best in the
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