Red Hot Donates 1 million to AIDS Related Charities

From Last Year's Dark Was The Night

Dec 01, 2010 Bookmark and Share


Last year, Dark Was the Night compilation grouped together high profile indie artists (including Sufjan Stevens, Dirty Projectors, The National, Arcade Fire and Yeasayer among others) to raise money for AIDS research. Today, on World AIDS Day, the project was declared a success, as over one million dollars was donated to AIDS charities. Check out the full list of charities that benefited below.

Charities That Received Donations from Red Hot:

Advocates For Youth (recommended by The National)

After Hours Project, Inc (recommended by Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings)

AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin  (recommended by Bon Iver)

A Loving Spoonful (recommended by New Pornographers)

Bronx AIDS Services (recommended by The National)

Camp Amerikids  (recommended by The National)

Casey House (recommended by Kevin Drew/Broken Social Scene)

Central City Concern (recommended by Decemberists)

Citta (recommended by David Byne)

Housing Works (recommended by Dirty Projectors)

Nebraska Aids Project  (recommended by Conor Oberst)

Out Youth  (recommended by Iron & Wine)

Partners In Health (recommended by Arcade Fire)

San Francisco AIDS Foundation  (recommended by Kronos Quartet)

Tamasha (recommended by Sufjan Stevens)

Terrence Higgins Trust

PSI/YouthAIDS

CHAI 

(www.darkwasthenight.com)

(www.redhot.com)

 



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