Rach's (RED) Cookware Supports AIDS Research—Here's How You Can, Too!

Proceeds from all (RED) Rachael Ray cookware sold through December 31 will go to the Global Fund to fight AIDS.
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Rachael Ray is going (RED)!

Today kicks off the 2019 (RED) campaign to end AIDS, and Rach is giving you a way to contribute to the cause.

Every year, the (RED) organization partners with companies around the country to create special RED-branded products. A portion of the proceeds from (RED) product purchases goes to the Global Fund to fight AIDS. 

Now through December 31, you can buy Rach's (RED) cookware to help support the fight to end AIDS. Purchases directly contribute to prevention and treatment programs in sub-Saharan Africa, with a minimum contribution of $25,000. Filling your home with Rach's chic red pieces is just a bonus.

These are the products included in the Rachael Ray RED collection:

Buy it! Rachael Ray (RED) 13-piece aluminum cookware set, $134.95; amazon.com

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 Buy it! Rachael Ray (RED) EVOO dispensing bottle, $13.36; amazon.com

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Buy it! Rachael Ray (RED) 9x13 stoneware baker, $31.43; amazon.com

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View all available (RED) products from various companies at Amazon.com/RED to help support the fight to end AIDS. In addition to Rach's cookware, there's Truff Hotter Sauce, an Alessi Alessandro M corkscrew, Apple phone cases and watch bands, T-shirts, and so much more, so the opportunities to get involved are many!

You can also get involved in the cause by signing the ONE Campaign's petition to tell your government representative to step up the fight against AIDS. (ONE works with (RED) to eradicate AIDS.) Click here to sign the petition. 

Since 2010, statistics show that the amount of new HIV infections has fallen by 6% worldwide, but there are still nearly 37 million people living with HIV/AIDS, according to HIV.gov.

"We have to get our congress to vote every three years to keep the funding going—the dollar for dollar match between RED and ONE," Rach said on her show last week.