Community Leaders Provide Food and Critical Needs This Easter Weekend
On Saturday, April 3, 2021, the national non-profit Social Change and AIDS Healthcare Foundation, through its Black Leadership AIDS Crisis Coalition (BLACC), will bring together a diverse array of grassroots community organizations to bring the spirit of Easter to the City of Compton.
Scheduled from 12 noon – 3 pm at Calvary Baptist Church located at 1517 E. Alondra Blvd, Compton, CA, the coalition of civic, religious and cultural leaders will be providing free food, PPE and other critical items to individuals and families in need.
In addition to the food and PPE being distributed, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) will be providing free, rapid, confidential HIV testing, with an opportunity for attendees to win a $50 Ralph’s gift card.
“We are honored to partner with these wonderful organizations to bring much needed resources to the residents of Compton,” states Imara Canady, Chair, Black Leadership AIDS Crisis Coalition powered by AHF. “Food insecurity is an epidemic that is plaguing our nation, and AHF is committed to work with organizations in communities across the U.S., to take an innovative and impactful approach to addressing this critical issue.”
Saturday’s event is being organized by the Los Angeles Chapter of Social Change, through support from AHF and BLACC.
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