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Philanthropists Honored for Fighting HIV/AIDS

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On Friday, November 2, Desert AIDS Project recognized the dedicated support of Jim Casey and Jason Altieri when it formally unveiled the “Circle of Love” sculpture and the “Love Lives On” signage it frames on the north side of its building facing Vista Chino in Palm Springs, California.

“Jim and Jason have been dedicated major donors to D.A.P. for many years now. Jim has also been a member of our board of directors and co-chair of the Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards gala for five years,” said David Brinkman, CEO of Desert AIDS Project. “Their company, Integrated Wealth Management, has been the Presenting Sponsor of the gala that entire time – to the tune of one million dollars! They have been truly generous supporters in the name of the love for those we’ve all lost to HIV and AIDS.”

Desert AIDS Project serves people living with HIV and AIDS by providing comprehensive support, including medical care, case management, and social services, like food, housing, and counseling. D.A.P. also offers free and confidential HIV testing.