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New Haven Healthy Start and APNH are now friends
Mar 26, 2018

Profile Information

Name of the Organization
AIDS Project New HavenAPNH: A Place to Nourish your Health
Contact Person
Fran McMullen
Job Title
Program and Development Manager
Contact phone
203.624.0947
E-mail
fran.mcmullen@apnh.org
Website
http://www.apnh.org
Interest
Aging\Elderly Services, Youth, Food Assistance, Health, Education, Adult Education, Advocacy
Description Interest
APNH provides education, non-judgmental, comprehensive, and holistic services to individuals infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.

Our goals are to increase public awareness, promote prevention through educational programs and advocacy, and secure funding for the support services we provide for our clients.

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Dining Out for Life - A simple and delicious way to make a difference!

Posted on April 14, 2014 at 2:05pm 0 Comments

 

Communities In Connecticut Eat For A Cause By Dining Out

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Desperately Seeking Volunteer

Posted on November 14, 2013 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Do you have 2 hours a week? Want to do something really rewarding?

 AIDS Project New Haven (APNH) needs someone to pick up our order at…

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APNH Seeks Volunteers

Posted on March 8, 2012 at 2:41pm 0 Comments

Dining Out For Life relies on the time, talents, and energy of volunteers. The commitment is not too large but the value to our loved ones who are living with HIV/AIDS is immeasurable.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

Become an Ambassador.Help us fill a restaurant! Recruit 25-30 of your friends, family, and colleagues to dine at a participating restaurant. You'll be in the…

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At 12:02pm on April 25, 2011, Lee Cruz said…

Fran,

Welcome to GNH Community. If you check your email you will see that I have connected you with Robin and featured your event on this site.

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