Red Hot is a not-for-profit production company that has produced over 16 albums and dedicated more than 10 million dollars to worthy organizations, causes and pro-social projects around the world. Our mission is to raise awareness and money to fight AIDS/HIV and related health and social issues.
In 2010, donations from the proceeds of its latest album alone surpassed $1 million mark—with funds going to benefit: Partners In Health, Casey House, Citta, Camp AmeriKids, Out Youth, Housing Works, AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, A Loving Spoonful, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Old Town Clinic run by Central City Concern, After Hours, Nebraska AIDS Project, Advocates for Youth, PSI Youth, UK THT / Crusaid, Breakthrough Cincinnati, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, and Bronx AIDS Services.
Interested in getting involved? Red Hot is always looking for qualified interns, guest bloggers, and volunteers. Send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org to get started!
Sunday, December 1st marks the 25th Anniversary of World AIDS Day. The World Health Organization’s World AIDS Day theme from 2011-2015 is “Getting to zero: Zero new HIV infections. Zero discrimination. Zero AIDS-related deaths.” So, what can you do on December 1st to help reach this global goal? 1. Get tested. A person who is…Read More +
David Byrne of the Talking Heads will hold a benefit show next week for Typhoon Haiyan relief. The show will take place on November 25th at Terminal 5 in New York and will essentially be a concert version of the Off-Broadway rock musical Here Lies Love that Byrne produced with Fatboy Slim earlier in the…Read More +
What if you could bring a family out of extreme poverty by giving them just one goat? Oh, wait. You can! Heifer International is a global non-profit organization that has helped lift over 20.7 million families out of poverty in a rather unique way. By providing a family with one goat, here is what can…Read More +
“I say to you today, my friends, that in spite of the difficulties and frustrations of the moment, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We…Read More +
“This article contains information not suitable for readers younger than 18 years of age, according to Russian legislation.” Such warnings, put on any articles that discuss homosexuality or gay rights, are the result of a law nominally aimed at “protecting” children by banning “propaganda on nontraditional sexual relationships,” but are widely understood as an effort…Read More +
Take a trip through the Black Power movement of the ’60s and ’70s, depicted through the lens of the era’s Swedish journalists. It sounds like an odd premise for a historical documentary, however filmmaker Göran Hugo Olsson managed to dig up massive amounts of old 16mm footage, adding commentary from civil rights icons and…Read More +
Listen, I totally get it. There are so many cool events, musical and otherwise, happening in New York on any given day that one can easily become confused and insecure in their party-going decisions. LUCKILY, that won’t be an issue for any of us tomorrow because Wednesday, July 24th is the premiere of Red Hot…Read More +
Do you have 67 minutes to spare? Today, the world celebrates the 95th birthday of former president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela. A Johannesburg-based foundation named after Mandela and numerous other groups have asked people to volunteer 67 minutes to charity to match what they say are the 67 years that Mandela served his community….Read More +
The Zimmerman trial verdict has left many people confused and angry. People have reacted in a number of different ways, whether it be protesting peacefully, protesting violently, attending vigils to remember Trayvon Martin, or simply expressing their thoughts on social media. However, Stevie Wonder has taken a different sort of stand. The singer has declared…Read More +
Last Wednesday, researchers at the International AIDS Society in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia announced that two HIV-positive cancer patients who were simultaneously taking antiretroviral drugs and undergoing bone marrow stem cell treatments appear to be free of the virus. Both of these men had been suffering from longstanding HIV and had undergone bone marrow transplant for treatment…Read More +