U2's "Invisible" raises $3,144,477 & counting.
On February 2nd and 3rd every time U2's new song “Invisible” was downloaded for FREE Bank of America donated $1 to (RED)'s fight against AIDS*. You helped raise $3,144,477 which can provide over 7.8 million days of life-saving HIV medicine. Thank you!
The song is no longer free but you can still download it here and fight AIDS. Proceeds from the sale of the song on iTunes will go directly the Global Fund to support AIDS programs.
That's just one way you can get involved. You can also make a donation today and Bank of America will match it.**
Bank of America has partnered with (RED) and committed $10 million to fight AIDS.
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*For every download between 6:00PM EST (11:00PM GMT) on 2/2/2014 through 11:59PM Monday, 2/3/2014 EST (4:59AM Tuesday, 2/4/2014 GMT), the Bank of America Corporation donated $1 to the US Fund for the Global Fund to support and fund prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS. Required iTunes account. Limited one download per iTunes account. Content subject to availability. iTunes terms and conditions apply. ** All individual donations made through the Bank of America (RED) Program will go to the UN Foundation Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria to support and fund Global Fund programs for the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS. For such donations made before December 31, 2015, Bank of America Corporation will make a donation in an equal amount (up to a maximum of $1,000 per donor in the aggregate) to the US Fund for the Global Fund to support and fund prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS, up to a maximum total corporate donation of $2,000,000.