We have multiple events each year to meet all interests and you're invited!
AIDS Walk Las Vegas
Aid for AIDS of Nevada has led AIDS Walk Las Vegas for over twenty years. Individual Walkers and Walk Team numbers have grown significantly, sponsorships by local businesses and organizations continue to increase, and public awareness rises with every walk.
Black & White Party
An over-the-top party with outlandish black and/or white avant guard costumes and sexy attire. The Black and White Party is a premier Las Vegas event that will always impress.
The mission of Kids Campus’ is to help kids between the ages of 5 and 15 overcome the isolation and depression associated with HIV/AIDS and promote social interaction and social support through cost free monthly activities including camp, our yearly holiday party, factory/museum tours, sporting events, and more!
Every Piggy Counts
Adopt a 5" ceramic piggy bank and put it in a visible place - they love attention. Fatten it up with coins - paper money is yummy too, and during our "Pig Outs" and World AIDS Day, December 1 drop off your piggy money to help support AFAN's client services!
Evening of Cabaret
Evening of Cabaret is a production created to benefit AFAN by long time supporters and philanthropists, Glenn Alai and Emily Jillette. Each year it features a renowned performer in an intimate cabaret setting.
Holiday Mingle & Jingle
The Holiday Mingle & Jingle is produced by Fashion Show Mall and Luxury Magazine. For the past 4 years AFAN has been honored to be a part of the event held at Fashion Show Mall. It is a shopping bash featuring a runway show, cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, and fabulous shopping incentives.
World AIDS Day
It is an internationally recognized day to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS, reduce stigma and discrimination, and commemorate those who have died from the disease.
Holiday Toy Drive
The annual Kids’ Holiday Party benefits the children of approximately 100 families which utilize AFAN’s services. For many of these 200 or so children, this holiday party gives them the only gifts they may receive during the holiday season.