In the tour dates section you will find the links to tickets and venue information for the upcoming tour. We wanted to make mention of the organization that we are working with for the October 16 show in Seattle.
Lifelong AIDS Alliance is committed to preventing the spread of HIV, and to providing practical support services and advocating for those whose lives are affected by HIV and AIDS.
Lifelong AIDS Alliance was formed in 2001 through the merger of Chicken Soup Brigade and Northwest AIDS Foundation. We serve clients in King, Kitsap and Pierce Counties because we believe in caring for people and building a supportive community to help us in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
Today we are staffers, volunteers, donors, and community members from many different backgrounds. We are united in our determination to make sure that we never forget that HIV and AIDS still exists. We will be here to support our clients as long as there is a need. People caring for people makes all the difference.
For over 25 years Lifelong AIDS Alliance has been caring for people living with HIV and AIDS, providing crucial programs and services to prevent new infections, advocating for change and creating community. Lifelong AIDS Alliance is the largest AIDS Service Organization in the Pacific Northwest and the fifth largest in the United States.
In 2009, Lifelong’s staff and volunteers prepared and delivered over 189,000 nutritious meals, packed and distributed over 45,000 grocery bags with protein, fresh fruits and vegetables and assisted over 2,300 people who were not able to afford their health insurance premiums. Additionally, Lifelong’s education and prevention messaging reached over 233,000 individuals in high-risk populations.
More info can be found at www.llaa.org.
Past Lives and Cold Lake will join us at The Showbox at The Market for the show on October 16.
Cold Lake and Battle Hymns will be playing with us in Portland at The Roseland Theater on October 15.
Battle Hymns and Baby Control will be playing with us in Vancouver at The Commodore Ballroom on October 17.