Paint The Castro Red-World AIDS Day

December 1, 2012
10:00am - 11:30pm
Castro & Market Streets in San Francisco

Paint The Castro Red-World AIDS Day

Come out and Paint the Castro Red on World AIDS Day!

San Francisco’s leading HIV/AIDS service organizations have come together to host a World AIDS Day event – Paint the Castro Red

Saturday, December 1, 2012
Upper Market & Castro Streets

Come out for this special event featuring a candlelight vigil and free film screening of “How to Survive a Plague” at the Castro Theater along with free HIV testing and shopping, eating, and drinking
– all to benefit: AIDS Emergency Fund, AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP), Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center, Maitri, National AIDS Memorial Grove, Positive Resource Center, Project Inform, Project Open Hand, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Shanti, and Visual Aid.

Paint the Castro Red Schedule:

> Free Film Screening at Castro Theatre: 6pm
> Candlelight Vigil
in Harvey Milk Plaza: 8:30pm
> Free HIV Testing:

Magnet (4122 18th Street) 11am – 6pm
Alliance Health Project (501 Castro Street) 1pm – 6pm
MOMS Pharmacy (4071 18th Street) 6pm – 11pm
> Shop, Eat, and Drink: ALL DAY!
Shop, dine and drink at participating vendors – 10% of proceeds goes to support the beneficiary AIDS service agencies

Please support our partners on World AIDS Day who help keep our community healthy and thriving:

Body, Citizen, Diesel, Emergence Healing Arts Studio, Hortica, Hot Cookie, Louie’s Barber Shop, Midnight Sun, Moby Dick, Mollie Stone’s, P.O. Plus, Q Bar, San Francisco Upper Cervical Chiropractic, Spunk Salon, The Edge, and Twin Peaks Tavern.


AIDS is still here: Take Action!

More event information at
More film information at

We hope to see you there!

Special thanks to our partner, Horizons Foundation.
Supported by the Merchants of Upper Market and Castro.

This event is categorized as:

Loading Map....