Human Interest
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“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” – Dr. Seuss

I just helped out with
my first event this past Sunday. The event helped raise over $2.15 million
for Ovarian Cancer Canada.
It was inspiring, beautiful and a joy to be a part of it. Ovarian cancer can be
of particular concern to lesbians who have not had children or take birth
control pills. Get more information here: www.ovariancanada.org.

Another
cause that is dear to my heart is the Ça Marche event, happening this Sunday. ÇA
MARCHE supports
people living with AIDS. Check out where the money goes, below

There is still time to
register. ÇA MARCHE is this SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20,
2009 in Montreal, departing from: Emilie-Gamelin Park (Berri Uqam).

Here is what the
organizers have to say:

“Walking for those
living with AIDS, for those who have died of AIDS, and for a future without
AIDS, more than 10,000 participants take part in ÇA MARCHE, the Farha Foundation’s annual AIDS
walk. Calling on the citizens of Quebec,
politicians and celebrities alike, the 17th annual walk will take place in
downtown Montreal
on September 20, 2009 with an objective to raise $450,000 that will be
distributed to more than 70 organizations across the province. Be a part of the
thousands of people that fill the streets of downtown Montreal and help us send the message that
the fight against AIDS/HIV is not over.”

9am registration. Register here: www.farha.qc.ca