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A Loving Spoonful is a volunteer driven, non-partisan Society that provides free, nutritious meals to people living with HIV/AIDS in the Greater Vancouver Area. Every week, all year round for over 19 years, the volunteers of A Loving Spoonful deliver frozen meals and snack packs to men, women and children who are primarily homebound with AIDS. In 2009 A Loving Spoonful hopes to provide over 100,000 meals. The average meal cost is only $3.55. A Loving Spoonful is the constant support of over 250 adults and children living with HIV/AIDS throughout the Greater Vancouver area.

To see how you can help A Loving Spoonful, please visit their web site at www.alovingspoonful.org. No one living with AIDS should live with hunger.



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McLaren Housing Society of BC was Canada's first housing program for people living with HIV/AIDS. Since 1987, its mandate has been to provide safe and affordable housing. The numbers of people in urgent need of housing assistance continues to grow rapidly; the current wait list is over 290. McLaren's programs include 32 units at Helmcken House, 20 units at Seymour Place, 10 at Mole Hill, and 34 rent supplement units (portable subsidies). Funders include B.C. Housing Management Commission, Vancouver Coastal Health Authority, Elton John AIDS Foundation, M.A.C. AIDS Fund, Face the World Foundation, Koerner Foundation, the Shooting Stars Foundation and the fabulous Fillmore Family Foundation.

Visit www.mclarenhousing.org to help.





An empowering summer camping experience for BC's queer, trans and allied youth aged 14-21. An opportunity to become leaders for social change and make friends, access resources, engage in imaginative, critical, and innovative workshops as well as traditional camp activities like canoeing, campfires, and arts and crafts.
Visit: www.campout.ubc.ca


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