PACPI Fall Social!

We admiringly thank all the guests who came out to support PACPI programs and play arcade games at the PACPI Fall Social. Even if you lost all your lives, were eaten, shot down, or terminated, it was a fun time!

Thank you to Emporium Arcade Bar for warmly welcoming PACPI and providing a raffle prize. We also thank our other raffle donors: T. and Eva Powell, Amy’s Candy Bar, Hoosier Mama Pie Company, Piece Pizzeria and Brewery, and Aloha Eats.

Total raised is over $2,400! This is our first bar event and we’re grateful for the community support. PACPI is reaching out to expand our local and regional funding for women and children we serve.Social pic stitch

Raffle Winners are:
Abigail S. – Blackhawks Tickets package
Smith T. – Emporium bonanza
Edwina R. – Wine basket
Daniel J. – Hoosier Mama gift certificate
Sally K. – Amy’s Candy Bar basket


Team PACPI exceeds $10,000 goal in AIDS Run & Walk

With a goal of raising $10,000 and recruiting 30 team members, all of us at PACPI are thrilled that our team of 42 members helped raise more than $12,800 for this year’s AIDS Run & Walk Chicago, hosted by the AIDS Foundation of Chicago!

You helped us raise 128% of our goal – we could not have done this without our team members and generous donors, thank you!

Cuts and proposed cuts to the state budget in addition to the budget impasse are making it increasingly important for PACPI to reach out to private donors like you and strengthen our foundation so we can continue to serve women and families in Illinois.

The Team Donation page is open through October 31 so get in your final donations soon!

PACPI team starting walk

Team PACPI starting walk

This event helps PACPI raise money to keep our programs going so we continue to serve pregnant and postpartum women living with HIV who have few resources and need access to care to manage their HIV diagnosis during and after pregnancy. Our programs have proven results to prevent perinatal HIV transmission.

Helping women establish a connection to care helps decrease HIV transmission to their child and any future children or partners. Treatment and care can reduce the risk of perinatal HIV transmission to less than 2%, which rocks!

See more photos on our Facebook page.