WE OUTSIDE! HIV Testing Event!!

WE OUTSIDEEEE on Thursday, July 29th from 12PM-4PM at the Jackson Hill Pop Up!!!

We’re bringing you FREE & Confidential HIV & COVID testing (provided by Hyacinth AIDS Foundation), bus tickets, gift cards & a gift bag (for those who take the HIV test), free condoms, and ALL THE VIBES (live music & food 😜) ‼️‼️

Contact Information
  1. Ashley Warren
  2. (201) 963-4779 ext 1116
  3. ashley@hudsonpride.org
Thu, July 29
12:00 pm — 4:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 07/29/2021 12:00pm 07/29/2021 4:00pm America/New_York WE OUTSIDE! HIV Testing Event!!

WE OUTSIDEEEE on Thursday, July 29th from 12PM-4PM at the Jackson Hill Pop Up!!!

We’re bringing you FREE & Confidential HIV & COVID testing (provided by Hyacinth AIDS Foundation), bus tickets, gift cards & a gift bag (for those who take the HIV test), free condoms, and ALL THE VIBES (live music & food 😜) ‼️‼️

351 Martin Luther King Drive Jersey City, NJ 07305

Jackson Hill Pop Up

351 Martin Luther King Drive
Jersey City, NJ 07305

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