We were thrilled to support Keep a Child Alive's 12th annual Black Ball in New York City on November 5, 2015. An evening of music and philanthropy emceed by Chris Rock, its mission is to realize the end of AIDS for children and their families by combating the physical, social and economic impacts of HIV. After rocking out to performances by co-founder Alicia Keys, Lion Babe and Wizkid, 800 guests walked away with specially-designed ONE Condoms/Black Ball tins in their swag bags!
"It's important to talk to our kids about having compassion and not ostracizing people who are infected or affected by #AIDS. We must understand this is something we still are fighting and we can make tremendous strides if we keep this at the top of our list. We've come so far, and it would be such a shame not to take it all the way. My dream – the dream we all have – is to know we have created an AIDS-free generation. And we can do that. I hope that people who read this will be inspired to join us, learn more and be part of the end." Alicia Keys via PEOPLE Magazine.