Helping End AIDS in our Lifetime
Three Women AIDS Activists from Kenya to be our 2020 Keynote Speakers
A (Virtual) Gathering to H.E.A.L. 2020
Bishop Catherine Mutua, Ms. Glorie Gitonga, & Ms. Jennifer Murithi will share via Zoom their stories from Kenya. They will update us on how two pandemics- COVID-19 & HIV-intersect in today’s world at this year's Gathering to HEAL Breakfast on Saturday, October 17, at 9 a.m., MST.
Sponsored by the Center for Health and Hope, the acronym HEAL stands for Helping End AIDS in our Lifetime.
Music will be provided by two well-known Denver soloists, Kelly Triplett and Chin Keong Tan. Chairing the event is Centennial, Colorado, psychologist, Dr. Bonnie J. Messer. Honorary chair will be Ann Fort, legendary Kenyan humanitarian from Lone Tree, Colorado.
Unfortunately, COVID-19 forces us to meet virtually, but we still want to celebrate our annual gathering. We will share some food together via Zoom while we enjoy a special program, thanks to the miracle of technology.
Advance registration is $20 per person and includes a $5.00 Panera Gift Card.
Highlights of the breakfast will include presenting the Paul and Paula Murphy Award and recognizing Bishop Mutua for eight years of extraordinary leadership. A video honoring Dr. Marjorie Bayes, Denver psychologist, as the 2020 Shero of the Year will be shared.