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The Philanthropy Concierge Proudly Presents The 2014 WAAW.

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									    A-List Celebrities, Politicians, Doctors and Dignitaries, Come
   Together and Support “The World AIDS Awareness Weekend”
                    The Philanthropy Concierge Proudly Presents The 2014 WAAW.

Atlanta, GA, June 29, 2014 - The City of Atlanta was chosen to be the world’s hosting city for THE
2014 WORLD AIDS AWARENESS WEEKEND - Friday, November 28th through the 30th. The kick-
off will be at the GEORGIA WORLD CONGRESS CENTER on November 28th. The WAAW is 3 days
preceding World AIDS Day, which is globally recognized on December 1st. The purpose of the
WORLD AIDS AWARENESS WEEKEND is to not just spread awareness and knowledge about
HIV/AIDS, but to also generate educated solutions to end this malicious killer. Unfortunately, this
year marks the 33rd year since the disease hit the scene and it’s more prevalent today than ever
before. There have been significant milestones in care, but we have quite a ways to go before
seeing signs of a generation where there are no new cases being reported. THE PHILANTHROPY
CONCIERGE decided to bridge a gap that will allow organizations, individuals and companies to
band together to bring THE WORLD AIDS AWARENESS WEEKEND to an International platform.

AHzii CONSULTING GROUP along with IMAGE MAKERS MEDIA GROUP have linked their expertise
with the Philanthropy Concierge to support marketing endeavors as well as bring visibility to the
WAAW platforms. The goals for the 2014 WAAW is to create an impact through various forms of
teaching in hopes of provoking others to be more engaged and responsible while providing a
platform for the masses to get tested and to know their status. THE PHILANTHROPY CONCIERGE
is cleverly including live performances, contests, calls to action, celebrity and professional keynote
speakers who will inspire others inspire others to stand up and talk about the impact of AIDS in
their respective communities and circles of influence.

WHY According to the World Health Organization’s statistics, 36 million people have died of
HIV/AIDS since the first reported incidences in 1981. Globally, 42 million people are currently
living with the disease. Since 2012, 1.2 million people have died, and 2.3 million new cases have
been reported across the globe. There are approximately 1.2 million people living with HIV/AIDS
in the United States. Of those, approximately 240,000 are unaware of their HIV-positive status. To
date, nearly 300,000 women are included in the horrific number of those afflicted. In spite of the
headway being made, infection rates are increasing rapidly. African Americans, Gay and Bi-Sexual
Men of all ethnicities and Latinos are the hardest-hit demographics.

WHO The WORLD AIDS AWARENESS WEEKEND (WAAW) is a collaborative effort comprised of
global and civic leaders, front-line agencies and individuals who advocate for a HIV/AIDS-free
world. Through our marketing efforts, over 500,000,000 people will be reached through Radio, TV
and the World-Wide Web. We anticipate10, 000 attendees will participate in the activities,
including 4,000 plus people who will get tested for the first time.

WHAT Three days of non-intrusive, non-discriminatory activities that have a commonality in which
each event is structured to increase HIV/AIDS awareness, testing and counseling in support of
promoting the behavioral modifications needed to move towards a world with zero newly reported
HIV infections.
Friday, November 28, 2014 - Talent Showcase & HIV/AIDS Video Contest Winner Announced
Sidney Marcus Auditorium - Georgia World Congress Center Exhibit Hall a (7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.)

Saturday, November 29, 2014 - HIV/AIDS Health & Wellness Expo
Georgia World Congress Center - Exhibit Hall A (9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.)

Saturday, November 29, 2014 - Red Ribbon Gala
Buckhead Hotel TBD (7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.)

Sunday, November 30, 2014 – Red-with-Envy Fashion Show & Brunch
TBA- Atlanta (2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.)

WHERE Atlanta, which has an amazing history, robust tourist offerings and leads the nation in
racial diversity. It is also the home of the Center for Disease Control Prevention (CDC).

WHEN Three days preceding World Aids Day (December 1, 2014)

CONTACT:
Shaeideh Prince, CEO of THE PHILANTHROPY CONCIERGE
844-200-WAAW
Info@WorldAidsawarenessweekend.com
WWW.WORLDAIDSAWARENESSWEEKEND.COM

ABOUT The Philanthropy Concierge:
The Philanthropy Concierge was founded by Shaeideh Prince of Los Angeles based boutique
management firm dedicated to servicing the needs of Philanthropist. The Philanthropy Concierge
team is comprised of a diverse group of accomplished professionals that lend more than forty-five
years of expertise to its clients in areas that include not-for-profit management, Board
recruitment and training, event creation and execution, philanthropist –project facilitation, grant
research, planning and customized philanthropist strategic plans.

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DClark@imagemakersmedia.net

Contact:
Darnell Clark
Image Makers Media Group
101 Fifth Avenue Suite 514
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
412-353-9240
DClark@imagemakersmedia.net
http://www.imagemakersmedia.net

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