October 24, 2017
You know Zac Posen knows fashion. But did you know he knows parties? And birthdays? And fundraising? You and a friend will experience all that and more as Zac’s guests of honor at his birthday party in LA, which he’s using as a fundraiser for The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and mothers2mothers. Co-hosted by Paris Jackson, this exclusive event is taking place at a private estate in Beverly Hills, where you and the other guests will be welcomed by a fabulous cocktail reception followed by a sit-down dinner. That’s where you’ll savor a specially curated menu from Zac’s highly anticipated cookbook: Cooking With Zac. James Corden will add his signature fun and humor to the night as the Master of Ceremonies, and the evening will culminate with an intimate acoustic performance by Annie Lennox (awesome, right?). Flights and hotel included.
The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF) follows Elizabeth Taylor’s vision of a world where all people living with HIV have access to the information and care necessary to lead healthy and productive lives. ETAF is committed to investing in high-impact organizations that provide direct care and services to the most marginalized populations affected by the virus. Additionally, ETAF focuses on prevention education, advocacy, and innovative techniques that raise awareness about the most urgent issues facing people living with HIV. ETAF’s mission guides their grant-making until we all live in a stigma-free world where new transmissions of HIV have been eliminated.
mothers2mothers believes in the power of women to eliminate pediatric AIDS and create health and hope for themselves and their babies, families and communities. mothers2mothers’ mission is to impact the health of mothers by putting them at the heart of improving reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health. mothers2mothers' Mentor Mother Model empowers mothers living with HIV, through education and employment, as role models to help other women and their families access essential services and medical care.
Your donation will help ETAF and mothers2mothers train, employ, and empower HIV-positive women as frontline healthcare workers in understaffed health centers and communities in Malawi. These Mentor Mothers provide essential health education and support to women on how they can protect their babies from HIV infection, and keep themselves and their families healthy.