AID FOR AIDS Holiday Cards are Here

  • November 26, 2012
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The 2012 edition of our Holiday Cards have arrived at AID FOR AIDS International! This year, AID FOR AIDS reached out to the underage recipients of our HIV Medication Recycling Program around the world to create a drawing based around the theme “What the Holidays Mean to Me”.

Over fifty children mailed in their holiday drawings and after a lengthy deliberation of our judges, acclaimed architect Victoria Benatar and Parson’s School of Design Professor Katarzyna Gruda, three entries were selected for the card campaign. The winners are Erika from Panama, Nan Nan from China and Karielys from Panama. The final product was designed by Parson’s student Debra Ohayon who joins AID FOR AIDS for the second year after winning our Holiday Card Design Competition in 2011.

The cards will be sold in sets of 12 cards for $30 or 48 cards for $100.

For $30 for 12 cards, your contribution will provide:
Two months of treatment for one person in Latin America and the Caribbean,
Three months of treatment for one person in Africa, or
Three months of treatment for one person in Asia

For $100, you will receive 48 cards and provide:
Eight months of treatment for one person in Latin America and the Caribbean,
One year of treatment for one person in Asia, or
One year of treatment for one person in Africa
Pre-order your cards today to directly make a difference in the lives of children!

If you are interested in purchasing any amount of cards to support AID FOR AIDS and the Children’s Program, please reach out to

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The HIV Medication Recycling Program sends medication to people with HIV in developing countries that have no access to life-saving medication.  Through this program we have helped hundreds of children worldwide for the past sixteen years.