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Join the RACE TO END HIV STIGMA

P.E.A.K. (Prevention, Engagement, Action, Knowledge) presents the Race to End HIV Stigma. Team up with a partner and fight HIV stigma along with other youth 13-29 from across the GTA in a team-based Amazing Race where you can discover services and resources, meet people, have fun, & win cash and prizes!

Join us on Saturday, September 17th from 12pm-4pm!!!!

PEAK are excited to welcome you to participate in a day packed with awesome games, activities and information about HIV prevention, anti-stigma, and harm reduction services in Toronto.

There will be food, tokens, and a party!
Check out the facebook event page for more details
Anyone between the ages 13-29 is welcome to participate. Invite your friends and pair up to make a team!
All teams MUST REGISTER here by September 12th: bit.ly/peakrace
*only one team member needs to register
 For more info contact Raejeanne Watts at rwatts@ppt.on.ca or visit ppt.on.ca
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