Ignite Sparks a New Era for the AIDS Foundation of Chicago

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Light up your night at the AIDS Foundation of Chicago’s annual spring event Ignite: Light our Fight. Ignite Our Future on Friday, May 16. Kindle your creativity with live glass blowing demonstrations by top artists while drinking cocktails, enjoying worldly cuisine and dancing the night away to music from DJ Moose. This year, the event will take place at a new location: Ignite Glass Studios, 401 N. Armour St., offering guests a chance to enjoy the modern space both indoors and out. The event will kickoff AFC’s 30th year of service. AFC will honor two of its distinguished advocates—Michael Bauer, who will receive the Civic Leadership Award; and Robert Mink who will receive the Lori Kaufman Volunteer Award. Funds raised through Ignite will support AFC’s policy, outreach and public education programs. AFC is the largest source of private HIV/AIDS philanthropic support in the Midwest. To learn more visit www.aidschicago.org. Admission is $185 and includes heavy appetizers, live glass-blowing demonstrations, open bar and dancing.

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