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Let there be PINK at upcoming Big Night Out Fundraiser!

2017-06-21T22:18:32+00:00

The Pink Lady of Hollywood, Kitten Kay Sera, as seen on : Good Morning America, Anderson Cooper, My Crazy Obsession, Pop Sugar Beauty, The Scene, Harpers Bazaar Magazine and more, will be making a special guest appearance at the upcoming Big Night Out Gala Fundraiser, benefitting Thrive Tribe Foundation scheduled for Saturday August 12, 2017. The Premier Gala Reception will take [...]

TTF Board of Directors elect new president

2017-05-28T18:13:35+00:00

This past May 20th, our Board of Directors conducted their annual retreat. Also, as part of the event, Richy Pugh was elected Board President. We reached out to Richy to get his thoughts on the occasion and he told us:  "I am proud to announce to have been elected the Thrive Tribe Foundation Board President [...]

Men & Poetry Hit the Silver Screen

2017-04-22T14:14:59+00:00

An HIV-positive actor helps make an incomparable neo-noir feature film. Exclusive interviews with director Hunter Lee Hughes and actor Daniel Berilla. By Diane Anderson-Minshall When it premiered at the the 21st Palm Beach International Film Festival this week, the ingenious film, Guys Reading Poems, broke all the rules by integrating visual poetry with traditional narrative, [...]

TTF to sponsor special screening of “Guys Reading Poems”

2017-04-22T14:28:27+00:00

Thrive Tribe Foundation(TTF) is co-sponsoring a special screening of the film "Guys Reading Poems" on Wednesday May 3rd at 7:35pm at Arena Cinelounge located on 1625 N. Palmas Avenue, Los Angeles, 90028. Tickets are $16 and can be purchased at: http://arenascreen.com/event/guys-reading-poems1. "Guys Reading Poems"  features one of our tribe members, Daniel Berilla, in the [...]

Happy HIV patients ‘less infectious’, study claims: Scientists taught men 8 happiness techniques – and their viral load decreased

2017-04-20T12:23:45+00:00

Northwestern University taught 80 HIV-positive men eight happiness skillsThey included keeping a note of good memories, doing small acts of kindnessThe men continued with their anti-retroviral drugs during the trial After 15 months, 91% of those men saw reduced viral load, compared with 76% of a control group who did not practice the so-called happiness techniquesBy [...]