Twilight Concerts Family AIDS Benefit To Be Held Online

Sources: Layonne Holmes (Facebook);


Although we haven’t been able to hold in-person Twilight Concerts for the past two years, the work of AIDS Resource Foundation for Children (ARFC) continues. We are still fundraising for AFRC, and your contributions will make an impact.

ARFC helps individuals, children, and families who are impacted by HIV/AIDS or are faced with other social and health-related barriers to be resilient and to build healthier futures via:

? Transitional care for medically fragile children and young HIV+ gay/bisexual men

? Supportive housing for individuals and families infected or affected by HIV/AIDS

? Enrichment programs for children and families

? Case management and supportive services

? Advocacy to ensure optimal policies, funding, and support for the populations we serve

For example, Newark’s Academy Street Firehouse Program addresses the specific health and psychosocial needs of children living with, affected, or orphaned by HIV/AIDS. The facility is also home to a thriving summer teen employment program, and for services for HIV-impacted young adults.

From 5 to 7PM through March 7 2022, be sure to search #TwilightConcert2022 on Facebook for each artist’s donated video post.

Whether you donate $5 or $500, every little bit helps. You can also donate at

We hope you’ll listen in, learn more about ARFC, and give to this very worthy cause. Thank you for your support!

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