Kaboni Gondwe, recipient of a GAIA nursing scholarship and current Fulbright scholar, will share her life story with guests. Ms. Gondwe is from Malawi, a southern Africa country where the Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance works to feed, clothe and educate AIDS orphans and provide HIV testing.
Marty Arscott of Atherton chairs GAIA; Andy Pflaum of Portola Valley is vice chair.
Go to thegaia.org to purchase tickets.
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