Our movie #TheLayover opens in theaters this Friday- Come meet me and William H. Macy this Friday, 9/1 after the 8pm show. Get your tickets at the link in bio. we will be doing a q&a as well.
Thrilled that my friends at @elizabethtayloraidsfoundation are partnering with @Macys in the annual #ThanksForSharing promotion! Last year, these two raised over $1 million to improve the lives of those affected by #HIV and #AIDS. Sign up for the promo starting 8/30 and contribute to the fight against HIV/AIDS today.
P.s. If you lost your meds in hurricane Harvey, there's help: http://dshs.texas.gov/hivstd/meds/
I think it's important to remember, especially now, to be kind to each other and our world in small ways, despite disagreements, differences of opinions, appearances, etc. if you see someone sitting alone in school, go talk to them. Share with people. Recycle. Adopt a dog. Donate 2 dollars to a cause you believe in. Question yourself when you feel hate and anger. Take pride in your kindness and your tolerance. Maybe you feel you can't tackle the big things right now- but little things can make a difference in the world on a small and large scale.
Thank you and
Nkosi's Haven in Johannesburg, started and run by the amazing Gail Johnson, is a safe place for women with HIV and their children. Women who are diagnosed with HIV are sometimes abandoned by their families or the father of their child/children, and with nowhere to go, Gail takes them in. She has built an incredible community in Johannesburg that gives the women and their children hope for a better life. I spoke with many of the children living there... and they are seeing their dreams and futures come to fruition. They are mentored, given educations, therapy, and taught that their lives are not over despite their circumstances and their sometimes HIV positive status. Gail has done so much with so little, and she is a quiet hero who is changing people's lives. Please consider supporting this incredible place. I have seen first hand the difference that is being made in these children's lives and the hope that they have. Nkosi's Haven has given people structure and possibility in an otherwise chaotic life. Places like this are helping educate people on HIV and limit it's spread, it's helping to empower women, and it is one of the steps in making the world better for all of us. Link to article in bio. Visit their website to learn how to donate. @iamscottwolf@joelgoldma1999 thank you to @delta for being wonderful and for making this trip possible.