The Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund event raises funds for grants to help Oklahomans infected with HIV and AIDS.
Participating artists are encouraged to make a donation to Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund after the show.
A 2014 Kaiser Family Foundation report shows 1.1 million people in the United States are living with HIV.
Red Tie Night After Party kicks off its first year with celebrity Cher impersonator Chad Michaels.
Jackie Cooper’s relatives, including singer Graham Colton, breathe new life into Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund and Red Tie Night.
Oklahoma Gazette remembers local dealership owner and philanthropist Jackie Cooper, who died in his home on February 27.
Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund’s annual fundraising gala is set for Saturday.
Photo: Shannon Cornman This year marks the 22nd anniversary of Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund Inc.’s Red Tie Night to benefit Oklahomans with HIV/AIDS. March 1, Oklahoma City will come together again to rally a cause that has faded from headlines in the past decade, something that OACF wants to change. “It’s more serious today than…
Whitney Karby and her youngest daughter, Rianna Whitney Karby, a 39-year-old mother of six and grandmother of three, learned she had HIV in spring 2008. That’s when the Oklahoma City- County Health Department notified her that she had been exposed to a sexually transmitted disease. “I was pregnant with my youngest daughter at the time,”…
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Red Tie Night, hosted by the Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund (OACF) and founded by Jackie and Barbara Cooper in 1991. Today, Red Tie Night is Oklahoma’s biggest single-evening fundraiser. At this year’s event, Gov. Mary Fallin will present the Coopers and other founding members with a commendation honoring…