The AYA Project
The AYA Project by the Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (B.C.A.P) distributes food aid packages to low-income African, Caribbean & Black (ACB) households in Toronto. Each package has a combination of basic food items that are culturally specific and can sustain a household for up to two weeks.
The Project is currently on hold but we hope to get it up and running again soon.
Packages distributed are made up in two types:
- Family Food Package
- Individual Food Package
Now more than ever, the ACB community needs your support. Food is one of the most basic of needs. The ever growing economic instability due to job loss and ineligibility for financial support makes it difficult to meet those obligations.
With your help, we can bridge the gap. DONATE NOW!
B.C.A.P works to create culturally relevant outreach, prevention and support services for people infected with, affected by, or at risk of contracting HIV.
With more than 3,000 Black people living with HIV/AIDS in Ontario and tens of thousands more at risk, we depend on your support. We’ve made great gains in the fight against HIV/AIDS in our community, but we can’t celebrate yet.
Help Black CAP keep the momentum up by making a donation!