We're all in it together. For Snowchella 2013, Stanford Kappa asks you to help support the global effort to fight HIV/AIDS.

This winter, Kappa is thrilled to once again co-host our annual benefit concert, Snowchella - a campus tradition that raises money and awareness for Support for International Change (SIC).

Co-founded in 2002 by Stanford graduate Matthew Craven, SIC seeks to limit the impact of HIV/AIDS in underserved Tanzanian communities via awareness campaigns, peer educator training programs, and mobile voluntary counseling and testing services. SIC also aims to train future leaders in global health and development by offering volunteer opportunities to undergraduates every summer – indeed, many Stanford students, including several former and current Kappas, volunteer each year.

Our impact is doubly important: not only does our contribution to SIC go far, but it also pays tribute to Stanford and Stanford Kappa's legacy of participation in the program.

Help us help SIC! Your donation goes directly to the organization's efforts on the ground in Tanzania.

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    Support for International Change works to develop future leaders while fighting HIV/AIDS in rural communities in Tanzania.
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