“Every Piggy Counts” Pig Out Event
Whole Foods Summerlin
Charleston and Rampart – 8855 West Charleston Blvd.
Saturday, June 14
10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Aid for AIDS of Nevada (AFAN) will host the second “Every Piggy Counts” Pig Out event of
the year on Saturday, June 14 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Whole Foods Summerlin.
The community is invited to adopt a ceramic piggy bank and fatten it up throughout the
year to benefit AFAN. Piggy owners empty their pigs at quarterly “Pig Out” events and
receive prizes, leading up to the final Pig Out on World AIDS Day, Dec. 1.
Cool off with a smoothie from a pedal powered bicycle blender and receive reusable Whole Foods bags with giveaways inside. The participant who brings the “Plumpest Pig” will win a gift basket.
Each piggy comes with a paint pen and can be decorated, painted or bedazzled to fit in at home or at the office. People also have the option to adopt piggys already designed by select art students from Las Vegas Academy. Baby piggy banks are available for children as a fun way to teach about fundraising.
Pigs are always available for adoption at the AFAN offices at 1120 Almond Tree Lane.
Adopt a piggy bank and fatten them up to benefit @AFANLV at #EveryPiggyCounts Pig Out
event at @WholeFoods Summerlin 6/14
Aid for AIDS of Nevada (AFAN) was founded in 1984 and is the oldest and largest AIDS service organization in the state of Nevada. 2014 marks AFAN’s 30th anniversary of practicing its unyielding commitment to the community by providing unparalleled health expertise, support and advocacy for adults and children living with and affected by HIV/AIDS in southern Nevada. Over the years, AFAN has created various programs that offer consistent and comprehensive assistance including direct client service programs, food programs, prevention and education programs and community outreach. As part of AFAN’s mission, these client service programs assist in enhancing the physical health and psychosocial wellness of the individuals they serve, while promoting dignity and improving the quality of their lives. For more information, please visit afanlv.org. Keep up with AFAN events and news on Facebook and Twitter.