March 11, 2015 – 8:00AM – 4:00PM – 4885 Southwestern Boulevard, Hamburg, NY 14075

$30 FEE – Space is Limited – RSVP before March 2



Posted by AIDS Network On March - 22 - 2010ADD COMMENTS

Gay Bingo is the primary fundraiser for the AIDS Plus Fund of WNY, Inc., a not-for-profit organization founded in 2003. The mission of the AIDS Plus Fund is to assist and support fundraising efforts for HIV/AIDS-related services by developing and implementing unique and innovative ways of raising funds for programs affected by funding cutbacks.

We serve as a community-based voice and conscience in the ongoing effort to educate and remind everyone that the war against HIV and AIDS is not over.  Proceeds benefit people living with HIV/AIDS.

Games are normally scheduled for the second Saturday of each month (except July and August) at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 786 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY  14209. Entrance tickets are distributed at 5:00 pm. Doors open for admission and bingo packet sales at 6:00 pm; games begin at 7:00 pm.

Admission is just $5.  Discounted packets that include most games, including specials, are available for $20.00.  Optional entrance tickets that ensure a seat in the bingo hall and the opportunity to purchase a game packet* will be available at 5:00 pm in the Church parking lot.

*Entrance tickets guarantee a seat in the bingo hall and the opportunity to purchase an admission or bingo packet but do not reserve a specific seat or table.  We are unable to guarantee that large groups will be able to sit together.

Date of Bingo: Come dressed in THEME:
September 13, 2014 Black & White

October 11, 2014 Orange

November 8, 2014 Yellow

December 13, 2014 Red & Green

January 10, 2015 White

February 14, 2015 Pink

March 14, 2015 Green

April 11, 2015 Purple

May 9, 2015 Blue

June 13, 2015  All the Colors of the Rainbow!


Posted by AIDS Network On March - 12 - 2010Comments Off

The AIDS Network is here to help our community respond to AIDS and HIV infection. We do this not by providing service ourselves, but by coordinating and communicating with those who do. On our Board of Directors and working committees are persons infected with HIV/AIDS, the loved ones and caregivers who are affected by this disease, representatives of  state and  local governments, business partners and interested community members. Through this critical exchange of information our community learns about emerging needs, plans the resources to meet them and mutually supports our constituents.

 Mission: The mission of the AIDS Network is to actively develop, promote and advocate a community based, coordinated response to HIV/AIDS through a partnership of all people dedicated to HIV/AIDS issues.

 Vision:  Our vision is a Network of representative membership and informed leaders, who will identify and prioritize regional needs, work at raising community awareness and collaborate to acquire resources to meet the needs of our community in response to HIV/AIDS.