Mashable teamed up with (RED), the organization founded by Bono and Bobby Shriver to fight AIDS in Africa, to dance, raise awareness and save lives on Dec. 1, 2012 — World AIDS Day.
World AIDS Day is an opportunity for people across the globe to support those living with HIV, remember those lost and raise awareness about (RED)’s goal of an AIDS free generation by 2015.
This World AIDS Day, Mashable and (RED) want you to be a part of DANCE (RED), SAVE LIVES. Help us throw a worldwide dance party on Dec. 1 by creating and organizing your own dance party.
Head over to our Meetup page and organize your own dance party now. Whether you rent a venue and throw a 500-large event or gather a few friends to tweet and listen to some tunes, get involved in a way that excites you. You’ll have something to dance to at your party as the DANCE (RED), SAVE LIVES compilation album presented by Tiësto comes out Nov. 27 with proceeds going to fight AIDS.
You can also watch the DANCE (RED), SAVE LIVES livestream from Stereosonic 2012, Melbourne here on Mashable. If you’d like your dance party guests to donate to World AIDS Day, they can do so on (RED)’s donations page.
Find out more about World AIDS Day here. We hope you’ll join us and dance for an important cause!
Ways You Can Participate
- Sign up to attend or organize your own event on the Mashable Meetup Everywhere page.
- Use the #endofAIDS hashtag on Twitter, Instagram, Google+ and any other social network of your choice to document your dance party.
- Find your Mashable Meetup community:
- Use this artwork to promote your Meetup (Poster, Facebook Cover Photo)