PCAF hosts several major community events throughout the year. To make these events a success, we rely on support from businesses, organizations, and individuals. Event sponsors receive a variety of customized recognition via marketing opportunities before, during, and after each event. Our goal is to provide sponsors with the highest level of recognition possible to help successfully market your business to the community and stand out as a partner in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
To participate as a sponsor, contact Brien O’Loughlin by email at email@example.com or by phone (253) 722-0705.
Dining Out For Life®
For one day each April, local restaurants contribute a portion of the day’s income to AIDS organizations across the country. Restaurants involved with this event have a unique opportunity to publicize their community involvement and commitment to end HIV. Businesses may also work with us to reserve a restaurant on this day exclusively for employees, clients and guests! Restaurants throughout Pierce, Thurston, and Lewis Counties are involved in this widely publicized fundraiser.
UNWIND with PCAF
UNWIND is PCAF’s annual fall fundraiser. UNWIND is a departure from the traditional fundraising gala and auction by bringing people together over a happy-hour style event where the atmosphere is relaxed, fun, and full of anticipation.
With themed activities, appetizers and beverages, opportunities for socializing, and a program highlighting PCAF’s services and mission, UNWIND is the perfect opportunity for your business to have direct face time with PCAF’s closest supporters.
World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day was established in 1988 by the United Nations as an international day of remembrance annually observed on December 1st. HIV infection and AIDS continues to be a major health concern – with currently over 1,500 reported cases in our service area alone and more than 12,000 reported cases in Washington State. Participation in World AIDS Day provides a unique opportunity for businesses to help join with PCAF as we bring community members together to memorialize those who’ve died throughout the AIDS epidemic.