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Children Affected by AIDS Foundation

Children Affected by AIDS Foundation was acquired by Keep a Child Alive in 2012.  The mission of the Children Affected by AIDS Foundation was to make a positive difference in the lives of children infected with HIV and affected by AIDS. Children Affected by AIDS Foundation accomplished this by helping to meet their diverse needs, advocating and educating on their behalf, and bringing joy and fun into their lives.

Project Inform

Project Inform fights the HIV and hepatitis C epidemics by assuring the development of effective treatments and a cure; supporting individuals to make informed choices about their health; advocating for quality, affordable health care; and promoting medical strategies that prevent new infections.

Grassroot Soccer

Grassroot Soccer uses the power of soccer to educate, inspire, and mobilize communities to stop the spread of HIV.

PWA Coalition of Dallas

ASD currently operates four Special Care Facilities licensed by the Texas Department of Health: The Ewing Center, Revlon Apartments, Hillcrest House, and Spencer Gardens. ASD serves an average of 175 men, women and children in 152 total bedrooms within 125 privately configured units. Seventy-six percent (76%) of the agency's resident population are racial or ethnic minorities, 24 percent were women. One hundred percent (100%) of the people served by ASD are significantly below the federal poverty line and are classified either as low- or very-low income. The agency has provided more than 326,000 person/nights of housing to more than 1,100 individuals and family members living with AIDS. Along with a home and a mutually supportive community environment, residents at each facility are provided with a range of services individually tailored to empower them to cope with the cyclical impact HIV/AIDS has on people who are living with a disease that often compromises their complete independence.

AIDS Fund

Since our founding, we have been committed to fighting the HIV epidemic until this crisis is over. Advances in treatment and new prevention strategies have now made “Getting to Zero” – zero stigma, zero new infections, and zero deaths – an achievable goal! The focus of all of our programs is to help achieve this goal. Our From All Walks of Life Fund supports the most vulnerable people living with HIV through financial assistance grants during times of crisis. Our annual back-to-school and holiday toy drives support HIV infected/affected youth. Our public awareness and education efforts are designed to combat the stigmas associated with HIV, and to raise awareness and educate the community about the newest prevention strategies, including PrEP (pre-exposure prophylactics), PEP (post exposure prophylactics), TasP (treatment as prevention) and the advances in the care and treatment of HIV.

Aids Action Committee Of Massachusetts

The mission of AIDS Action Committee is to stop the AIDS epidemic and related health inequities by eliminating new infections, maximizing healthier outcomes of those infected and at risk, and attacking the root causes of HIV/AIDS. To achieve this mission AAC provides services to the individual and addresses the root causes of the epidemic

Young Heroes Foundation

Young Heroes supports families of AIDS orphans in Swaziland with monthly stipends, healthcare and business and vocational training.

AIDS Service Center of Lower Manhattan Inc

AIDS Service Center NYC (ASCNYC) promotes positive change for New Yorkers seeking health, recovery, and a better future as they navigate life with HIV and other chronic health conditions.

Moveable Feast

The mission of Moveable Feast is to improve the health of Marylanders experiencing food insecurity and chronic illness by preparing and delivering medically tailored meals and providing nutrition education, thereby achieving racial, social, and health equity.

Ahead Of The Curve

ATC's mission is to promote healthy living, chronic disease awareness and prevention. We develop innovative plan-of-action programs to address, avoid and eradicate chronic health care illnesses that unequivocally plague African-American and Latino communities, specifically.

AIDS Emergency Fund

Provide emergency financial assistance to low income persons disabled by HIV/AIDS

Damien Center

Our mission is to empower persons in Central Indiana affected by HIV/AIDS to move forward each day with dignity and to lead the fight to prevent the spread of HIV.