EVENTS

The Wall-Las Memorias Project hosts a number of events and activities throughout the year that encourage community involvement in HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention. All events are developed by the organization to encourage community participation while providing community members with the education and tools to live healthy balanced lives. For more information on our yearly events, click on the sliders above or browse through our event list below.   

8th Annual ROJO

Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 06:30 PM
Cicada Restaurant in Los Angeles, CA

 

Join The Wall Las Memorias Project on Thursday, November 16th for the 8th Annual ROJO: Food Tasting & Awards Benefit at the historic Cicada Restaurant located in the heart of Downtown L.A.

You won't want to miss out on this year's celebration--we're featuring a unique food tasting experience with eight of the finest restaurants in Los Angeles, celebrity guests & presenters, community heroes awards, & a non-stop dance party throughout the night!

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Community heroes will be recognized for their tremendous contributions to the local Latino & LGBTQ communities of Los Angeles, & will be honored during a special awards presentation that evening.

Proceeds from ROJO will benefit The Wall Las Memorias Project & its mission to serving Latino, LGBT & other underserved populations through advocacy, education & building the next generation of leadership.

PRESENTING Sponsors:

Charter Communications | The California Endowment | Delta Airlines

SILVER Sponsors:

PhRMA | Fox Entertainment | SoCalGas | California Community Foundation | Los Angeles Dodgers


Noche de Las Memorias

Friday, December 01, 2017 at 07:00 PM

Join us for the 24th Annual Noche de Las Memorias-- a World AIDS Day event-- commemorating our loved one's who have died from HIV/AIDS. The ceremony will be held on Friday, December 1st at 7:00 PM at the Las Memorias AIDS Monument in Lincoln Park.

It is an evening of reflection that is filled with music, inspirational speakers, remembrance, and prayer. At this empowering free community event, new names will be unveiled at the AIDS Monument in a special candle-lighting ceremony; the ceremony also coincides with the anniversary of the founding of The Wall Las Memorias Project.