Harnaaz Sandhu honored as 'Madrina' of the Latino Commission on AIDS


Reigning Miss Universe Harnaaz Sandhu was designated as "Madrina" of the Latino Commission on AIDS on Tuesday, September 20 in New York City.

The title, meaning godmother, was given to the 22-year-old for her dedication and commitment to the Latino Commission on Aids in response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Latino communities.

"Such a beautiful day spent ... and I am truly thankful to be named the '2022 Madrina' of the Latino Commission on AIDS. I’m both honored to take on this role, as well as grateful to the Miss Universe organization for giving me this opportunity to carry on their commitment to this cause," she wrote on social media.

"I’m excited to join in support of the Latino Commission on Aids and its dedication for over 30 years of working to prevent HIV and advancing access to care in the Latino and global community," she added.

Harnaaz, who looked gorgeous in a red dress by New York & Company at the event, also encouraged everyone to "educate yourself and help us in saving lives from aids."

Photos: Antonio Vacacela / AV Events / Harnaaz Sandhu / Instagram

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