AIDS prevention to 5000 high schoolers in Bay Area

by The Conant Foundation/Teens For Testing

The Teens for Testing program was successfully implemented at the Urban School of San Francisco for the second year in a row. The testing took place on-site on November 4th, 2011 with a 100% of the eligible students opting to get tested. Since then, we have reached out to a number of other Bay Area private and charter schools, and have recieved significant interest from these institutions in hosting the Teens for Testing program. In the spring of 2011, we plan to implement the program at at least one other school, while rasing awareness about the program in order to gain interest from other schools. We have recieved numerous grants and donations, including those brokered by Global Giving, and we owe our success to the generosity of socially conscious individuals who we have been able to reach through Global Giving. We look forward to sharing our future successes with the Global Giving community and would like to extend our utmost gratitude to our donors, without whom, we would not exist.

Graciously,

Marc Conant & Conant Foundation

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Organization Information

The Conant Foundation/Teens For Testing

Location: San Francisco, CA - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.conantfoundation.org
Project Leader:
Marcus Conant
Doctor
San Francisco, CA United States

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