This World AIDS Day, the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation is collaborating with Butler’s Pizza to deliver pizza to the over-burdened healthcare staff at four HIV treatment clinics.
“We want to show appreciation and support for those who are on their feet day in and day out providing healthcare services to thousands of Cape Town’s citizens,” says Lavinia Crawford-Browne, marketing and liaison officer for the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation.
Founded in 2004, the organisation now has eight community sites and four mobile units. With an experienced and dedicated team of doctors, nurses, researchers and community field workers, the foundation offers a holistic approach to the HIV epidemic and has become a global leader in HIV and TB research.
“Our aim is to keep HIV on the local and national agenda and to recognise the immense task our healthcare workers manage every day.”
From 27 November to 3 December anyone in the delivery zone can phone Butler’s Pizza and choose to donate R15 to support the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation.
The pizza order will arrive with a free AIDS ribbon key ring to thank you for your support to end HIV/AIDS.
For more information, please contact Lavinia Crawford-Browne.
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