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Holland Taylor Honored for HIV/AIDS Work

Holland Taylor Honored for HIV/AIDS Work


Two and a Half Men actress Holland Taylor will be honored for her long-standing support for social justice and AIDS services at A Faire of the Heart, the annual fund-raising gala of the Serra Project.

Taylor will receive the Aid for AIDS Celebrity Trailblazer award for having shown a strong desire to make a difference. She has given time, talent, and financial support for events such as Best in Drag Show and has served as a celebrity judge to raise money for Aid for AIDS.

Others being honored are Barbara Lazaroff and W. David Hardy, MD, who have significantly contributed in fields of HIV/AIDS, homelessness, hunger, and medical research. Lazaroff will receive the Alliance for Housing & Healing's Visionary Award for her work as a designer, restaurateur, author, and philanthropist. She has headed up the production of a cookbook for people living with HIV and has been involved with several AIDS charities. Hardy will receive the Alliance Humanitarian Award. He holds positions within Cedars-Sinai and the University of California, Los Angeles, has cared for people with HIV since 1982, and has conducted research that has led to lifesaving treatments for HIV since 1984. He has also served on the board of directors for a number of AIDS groups.

The event will be held August 24 at Beverly Hills Hotel. For more information click here.

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