File contains a draft copy of a document outlining what AIDS-LINK is and who they serve, handwritten notes, a final draft of the mission vision statement, a copy of AIDS community action program funding guidelines, pamphlets for CARAS, a press release, and correspondence.
File contains one red ribbon; a handwritten notes regarding AIDS-AWAKE event planning; one card; 1988 event pamphlets and schedule; a list of participants; performer biographies; Safe Harbour Church and AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia brochures; newspaper clippings; and correspondence.
File contains society registration, information regarding operating a registered charity, bylaws, information regarding renewal of the registration, the certificate of incorporation, and revocation of registration.
File contains materials regarding a CARA survey of churches and religious groups to identify attitudes towards individuals with HIV/AIDS and faith groups' involvement with CARA or other HIV/AIDS support programs.
File contains documents, pamphlets, notes, and operating budgets from AIDS-specific Hospice programs across Canada and the United States including Casey House in Toronto, Barrett House in Toronto, and The Shanti Project in San Francisco. File also contains pamphlets regarding workshops and resources for people with AIDS, and correspondence to the Attorney General regarding a list of directors.
File contains two notices from the Nova Scotia Persons with AIDS (PWA) Coalition, a treatment information project form, a poster for a horseback ride and BBQ event for persons with HIV/AIDS, and information on the AIDS walk 1993.
File also contains a CARAS list of pastoral care working group members; a roll of the Halifax Presbytery from June 1991; a document titled "Holding our own: An assessment of the needs of persons living with HIV in Nova Scotia"; and a document titled "Caring for HIV-infected people in the home".
File includes a copy of a conference paper and a response; an article titled "AIDS and Pastoral Care: A Question of Love"; an information sheet about Morton House; and an information sheet about CARAS.
File contains a document titled "Management of HIV disease: One physician's approach"; a list of items added to the Nova Scotia Advisory Commission AIDS library; conference proceedings from a workshop on palliative care for persons with AIDS; a list of regional coordinators for home care programs; a list of resources available through the International Conference on AIDS 1993; a newsletter from AIDS Nova Scotia; and a questionnaire from Metro United Way regarding health care and community needs.
Fonds contains materials from the organization Churchmembers Assembled to React to AIDS (CARA or CARAS) and includes meeting minutes, financial records, correspondence, and educational materials. Fonds also contains records from two projects run by CARA: Morton House, a hospice for people living with AIDS, and AIDS-LINK, a project aimed at connecting people with AIDS to resources and support.