Florida: Red Cross Gets $30,000 to Fight Teen AIDS in South Dade
June 24, 2008
The Dade Community Foundation is providing a one-year, $30,000 grant to American Red Cross Greater Miami and The Keys to help educate young people about HIV/AIDS. The money will be used to support the Together We Can peer education program and community mobilization effort, which targets Hispanic, Haitian, and African-American youth in Florida City and Homestead. In the project, Red Cross will partner with the community organizations Sembrando Flores and Giving All Living Assistance Toward Achievement.
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