1000 classrooms is a program to educate kids in Western Countries about some of the risks faced by the people and wildlife of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The program hopes to raise money and awareness by getting students in 1 000 different classrooms to donate $3/classroom to the Canadian Ape Alliance’s “Eggs for Kids” program. Setting the goal at $3/classroom ensures no child will be asked to donate too large an amount. All good things come to an end. . March 7, 2010 at 6:50 PM. How do u do?
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Check out http:/ www.LetsStopAIDS.org. On Facebook for more information! Leave a comment ». December 9, 2009 · Filed under Uncategorized. At the age of 33, Ontario resident Scott Simpson was diagnosed with HIV. After a period of deep depression, he began taking anti-HIV medication, called antiretrovirals (ARVs). As the drugs began to take effect, Scott’s hopes and dreams grew and he gained a new lease on life, even participating in triathlon events for the first time in his life. This video documents the...