CAMPBELL FOUNDATION EVENTS
Donor Appreciation and Fundraiser 2019
This year's annual fundraiser was held at ArtServe, where guests were treated to food, fun and raffle prizes.
The keynote speaker was Dr. Mario Stevenson, an internationally known HIV/AIDS researcher and Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases within the Department of Medicine at the University of Miami.
Donor Appreciation and Fundraiser 2018
More than 100 supporters and grant recipients gathered at the World AIDS Museum for the foundation's 23rd annual cocktail party and fundraiser.
The keynote speaker was Dr. Alan Landay, a Professor in the Department of Microbial Pathogens and Immunity and Assistant Provost for Team Science at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
Donor Appreciation and Fundraiser 2017
The Campbell Foundation celebrated its 22nd anniversary in February 2017 with a cocktail reception for supporters at the World AIDS Museum in Wilton Manors.
More than 100 people were in attendance. The keynote speaker was Scripps Associate Professor Susana Valente.
Ken Rapkin honored with Spirit of Hope Award
The Campbell Foundation's Executive Director Ken Rapkin was among four individuals who received Broward House's Spirit of Hope Award, during an Aug. 30, 2016 ceremony. The award was established to recognize the impactful individuals who bring hope to the community, not only through their support of Broward House, but also through participation with many of its partners. Photos courtesy of J.R. Davis.
Donor Appreciation 2016
The Campbell Foundation celebrated its 21st anniversary in February 2016 with a cocktail reception for supporters at the Riverside Hotel in Fort Lauderdale.
More than 100 people were in attendance.
Stonewall Gay Pride Festival in Wilton Manors
The Campbell Foundation had a booth at the Wilton Manors Stonewall Gay Pride Festival. Thousands of people turned out to support the LGBT community.
For the foundation, it was an opportunity to educate the public about what we do and how we are making an impact in the battle against HIV/AIDS.
Donor Appreciation Event
The Campbell Foundation celebrated its 20th anniversary in March 2015 with a cocktail reception for supporters at the Riverside Hotel in Fort Lauderdale.
More than 100 people were in attendance. A silent auction and raffle with items that included Miami Heat tickets, a spa day at Bloomingdales, and several pieces of original artwork and prints helped to raise approximately $20,000.
AIDS Walk 2014
The Campbell Foundation was a sponsor of the World AIDS Day Vigil in Wilton Manors. Foundation Program Officer Ken Rapkin was among those who was invited to speak to participants who walked from Hagen Park to the Pride Center.
Donor Appreciation Event
Nearly 100 supporters attended a fundraising event in March 2014, including Dr. Ana Puga, Medical Director, Comprehensive Family AIDS Program at the Children's Diagnostic and Treatment Center in Fort Lauderdale; Dr. Mathias Lichtenheld, Associate Professor of microbiology and immunology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine; and Rebeca Geffin, Research Assistant professor at the University of Miami Health System and past grant recipient.
CDTC Ribbons for the Children Event
Left to right: Bill Venuti, Campbell Foundation Trustee, Dr. Ana Puga, Medical Director of Children's Diagnostic and Treatment Center, and Ken Rapkin, Campbell Foundation Program Officer, at the eighth annual CDTC's Ribbons For The Children fundraiser at the Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art in December 2013.
Merrill Lynch Event
Campbell Foundation Executives Attend LGBT Event Sponsored by Merrill Lynch - Ft. Lauderdale
Left to right: Ken Rapkin, Campbell Foundation Program Officer, Michael Kennis with Merrill Lynch, and Bill Venuti, Campbell Foundation Trustee, at the Merrill Lynch event in November 2013.