Details for This Year's HIV/AIDS Fundraiser, Spotlight, Annouced

Published March 13, 2024

Indianapolis, IN (03-04-2024) - Tickets go on sale March 1st for this year's Deborah J. Simon Spotlight 2024 presented by the Indiana AIDS Fund, Inc., in partnership with Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University. Spotlight has been a vibrant, celebrated showcase of talented musicians, poets, dancers, and visual artists for 30 years, directly benefiting HIV prevention efforts across Indiana.

This year's Spotlight benefit will take place on Monday, April 22, 2024, at the beautiful Clowes Memorial Hall. The evening will include an exclusive VIP reception at 6 p.m., followed by the main show at 7 p.m. As the premier HIV/AIDS fundraiser in the Midwest, Spotlight 2024 unites the Indianapolis performing arts community in a powerful show of support.

"Spotlight is more than just a fundraiser," states Jason Grisell, President and CEO of The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis (THFGI). "It's a reminder of the incredible impact we can make when we come together as a community. This year's event not only celebrates the vibrant spirit of that community but also furthers our commitment to making a tangible difference in the amplifying advocacy for the lives of Hoosiers living with HIV/AIDS."

This year's Spotlight promises an unforgettable night of music, poetry, dance, and visual arts. Expect a dynamic lineup of both local icons and nationally-acclaimed artists.

Full lineup announced soon! Visit the official Spotlight site for updates:

Donations and Sponsorship Opportunities:


Mail: Indiana AIDS Fund, Inc, 429 East Vermont Street, Suite 400, Indianapolis, IN 46202 (Make checks payable to the Indiana AIDS Fund, Inc.)


Jason E. Grisell, President & CEO, Indiana AIDS Fund, Inc. | (317) 630-1805 ex: 5 | 429 East Vermont Street, Suite 400 | Indianapolis, IN 46202


Established in 1994, the Indiana AIDS Fund, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis, works to eliminate HIV infections and improve the lives of those living with HIV/AIDS. Their mission is to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS, improve the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS, and advocate for the needs of those affected.


429 East Vermont Street #400
Suite 400
United States

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