Topic: Attention Union Members: New Website Designed for You!
Attention Union Members: New Website Designed for You!
Over the past several months, ASA has been working to improve our services and
access for the condition-based unions. Many of you have begun posting online in
our HIV/AIDS Forum, filled out the HIV/AIDS Union survey, which was released
last summer, read about ASA's latest partnership with the AIDS Institute and
the National Association of People with AIDS, and given us great feedback on
how we can further serve our unions. In our constant effort to improve our
services and strengthen the movement, we have two very important announcements
to make today that concern you!
I am pleased to announce that ASA has designed a website specifically for
people with AIDS, which is being launched today! The HIV/AIDS Union Website
provides information about medical cannabis issues and HIV/AIDS. You can check
out the website at: <http://medicalmarijuanaandseniors.org>
The HIV/AIDS Union website is the second website to released by ASA designed
for a specific Union. Earlier this year, ASA launched the Seniors Union
website, which you can visit here: <http://MedicalMarijuanaandSeniors.org>. In
the future, ASA will continue to roll out similar websites for all of our other
condition-based unions. We plan on designing the Multiple Sclerosis Union next
and are planning on releasing it this summer.
If you are a current union member or are new to Americans for Safe Access,
medical marijuana, and the HIV/AIDS Union, please be sure to browse this
website. Check out some of the website's many resources for medical marijuana
patients and HIV/AIDS including: HIV/AIDS and medical marijuana research, an
online forum, testimonials from people with HIV/AIDS, doctors, and much more!
Take at look at: <http://medicalmarijuanaandHIVAIDS.org>
Next, ASA is revamping our HIV/AIDS Union leadership team, and is implementing
new programs to further engage our active Union members. We are now asking all
union members to help strengthen ASA's union by completing two easy tasks:
1. Write a short testimonial to explain how medical marijuana has
affected your life. Visit
<http://www.americansforsafeaccess.org/HIVAIDSSignUp> to fill out
the contact sheet and testimonial. Please be sure to let us know
whether or not you want to allow ASA to publish it.
2. Fill out and complete ASA HIV/AIDS Union Survey
Those of you who complete these two tasks will become basic members of the
union. If you are already a union member, we ask that you renew your membership
by filling out a testimonial and completing a survey. New members will receive
an ASA HIV/AIDS Union welcome package via mail.
We strongly encourage members who have already completed the basic membership
qualifications to take on a greater leadership role and apply to become a
community ambassador. If you wish to become an ambassador, please e-mail
Help ASA continue providing services such as the condition-based websites.
Become a member of ASA today <http://www.americansforsafeaccess.org/donate>!
Thank you for your support. It is people like you who help build the movement.
Sonnet Seeborg Gabbard
Americans for Safe Access