The Aliveness Project is a local community center that serves over 1,600 individuals living with HIV/AIDS each year. Their programs include a meal program, food shelf, integrative therapies, case management and other supportive services. The Otto Bremer Foundation has committed a $200,000 matching grant for the Capital Campaign for their future home at 3808 Nicollet. Your donation today will be doubled and make it possible for them to start their building renovation this summer! You can make a pledge or donation at their website at: www.aliveness.org, or at the market this Sunday.
Also at the KFNA table this weekend are neighbors Kate Engstrom, biking the Red Ribbon Ride for Team Milkshake, and her neighbor Gia-hue Schendel supporting Team Milkshake. The Red Ribbon Ride is a 4 day, 300 mile bike ride that benefits eight Minnesota AIDS service organizations, including the Aliveness Project. Learn more about Team Milkshake and meet members at the market on Sunday where you can also make a donation for their ride.