Administrative opportunities include general administrative work; this type of work occurs during regular office hours.Fund development and awareness events usually occur in the evenings or on weekends.
We have various events occurring throughout the year. Our yearly schedule usually is:
Bid for Life Dinner & Auction Third Thursday in March
Pride Week Mid-July
Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life Halifax Last Sunday in September
Brunch with Neville and David Last week of November
AIDS Awareness Week Last week of November, ending December 1st
Halifax World AIDS Day Vigil December 1st
Circle of Life -Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Order yours Nov 1 - Dec 7th
PHA Services includes our Complimentary and Alternative Therapies (CATS) Program. Registered therapists from differing modalities such as therapeutic massage, Reiki and reflexology offer free appointments to our HIV-positive members; a hairstylist offers free haircuts; etc.
The Board composition reflects the involvement of people living with HIV, health professionals, community members and various other skill areas. The Board operates under a Policy Board model (CARVER). Board members are elected for a two-year term and participate in at least one of the two main committees: (1) Board Development & Membership Committee; or (2) Strategic Planning & Policy Committee.