The Jubilee Project Start a Fundraiser Campaign to Help End AIDS

AIDS. It’s a terrible, life altering and often ending disease that has plagued the world over and affected millions. But there is hope in sight, with recent breakthroughs we could see the beginning of the end for the epidemic within the next decade.

The Jubilee Project is all about improving life. Not just for themselves, but for everyone. Their motto is “Doing Good is Contagious”. And they want to do their part to support the research and scientific progress to end AIDS. Their goal is to create a film to further the worldwide campaign and push through these final barriers. But an effort of this magnitude requires heavy resources, and that’s where they are asking you to step in. They’ve created a CauseVox fundraiser campaign to help make the video a reality and are asking for your help. Continue to read all the details below to see how.

Join the Jubilee Project to create a film that can help end of AIDS. Please support us and donate here: http://jubileeproject.causevox.com/

For the first time ever, we are on the brink of the end of AIDS. However, reaching that tipping point depends on you.

“End of AIDS” is a 25-minute film that is a call to action and centerpiece for a social media campaign to end AIDS. Partnering with established AIDS organizations including Partners in Health and Health GAP, this film will be released in time for World AIDS Day 2012 in December.

While most individuals understand the severity of the AIDS epidemic, many are unaware of the recent strides in treatment and prevention. While treatments exist and the path to successfully ending AIDS has been identified, this message and information needs to be synthesized in a narrative that is compelling and interesting for the average individual.

We believe that a compelling social media campaign focused on the end of AIDS can bring this global epidemic back to the forefront of the public conversation, provide a common message for existing organizations to coalesce around, and ultimately lead to renewed commitments from governments, donors, and the private sector.

For more information on the Jubilee Project:
http://www.jubileeproject.org
http://www.facebook.com/jubileeproject
http://www.twitter.com/jubileeproject

Why? Just ‘Cause.

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