SEVHA (Students Educating and Volunteering for Health Awareness) is a non-profit student organization from the University of Michigan that focuses on both Tobacco and HIV/AIDS awareness. Throughout the year, we have three main goals: working with others organizations to spread awareness around campus and the greater Michigan area, perfecting our own tobacco and HIV/AIDS presentations, and fundraising in any way we can while continuing to spread awarness. Our efforts culminate in a 6 week delegation to India where we give our presentations to schoolchildren; this has a large impact because India has one of the higest death rate due to both oral cancer and HIV/AIDS. Our main fundraising event is our Annual SEVHA Charity Dinner. We ask local businesses to donate dishes and then charge a small entrance fee for a buffet style dinner. During the dinner, we show our presentation and the recent work we have done involving HIV/AIDS awareness. The 2008 SEVHA Charity Dinner is a great community event that involves people of all ages; Tobacco and HIV/AIDS are very important issues that even the most educated people need to discuss and continually learn about.