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amfAR, the American Foundation for AIDS Research, joins the worldwide scientific community in the fervent belief that scientific research holds our best and only hope for the development of lasting solutions to the HIV/AIDS epidemic...
August 16, 2011  /  Comments Off on amfAR
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Grassroot Soccer SKILLZ Program

Grassroot Soccer has expanded its groundbreaking "SKILLZ" HIV education program through an exciting partnership with the Peace Corps. Learn how they have taken the fight against AIDS to rural Zambia.
October 21, 2013  /  Comments Off on Grassroot Soccer SKILLZ Program

AIDS Alliance of Greenwich

Since 1986, the AIDS Alliance of Greenwich has provided comprehensive HIV/AIDS services including information, prevention education, and special services to people in Greenwich living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
January 24, 2012  /  Comments Off on AIDS Alliance of Greenwich

Bailey House

Project FIRST is a program to provide housing and supportive services to HIV+ men and women recently released from prison.
September 14, 2011  /  Comments Off on Bailey House

Camp AmeriKids

Camp Amerikids was founded in 1995 and serves over 250 metro NYC children affected by HIV, and more recently, sickle cell disease. Campers ages 7-18 participate in one of two 8 day camp sessions in Warwick NY.
May 20, 2013  /  Comments Off on Camp AmeriKids

Children’s Village

Street Wise is the mobile HIV-prevention outreach program of Children’s Village, bringing highly-targeted HIV prevention information directly to the streets...
August 16, 2011  /  Comments Off on Children’s Village

FSW: Camp Viva

Camp Viva, run by Family Services of Westchester, serves HIV-affected children, families, individuals, and care-partners who live in Westchester County...
August 17, 2011  /  Comments Off on FSW: Camp Viva

Family Centers

The Stamford Cares Program (operated as a program of Family Centers) offers medical case management, mental health services, and housing coordination to over 300 people with HIV/AIDS...
August 16, 2011  /  Comments Off on Family Centers
Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance


GAIA provides basic health services in communities affected by HIV, AIDS, TB, and malaria in Malawi, a small country located in Sub-Saharan Africa at the epicenter of the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.
May 24, 2013  /  Comments Off on GAIA

Global Camps Africa

Life Skills Education, the HIV education and prevention program at Global Camps, is the single most effective and important component of this residential summer camp experience serving 1800 HIV-affected children in South Africa each year.
August 17, 2011  /  Comments Off on Global Camps Africa

Grassroot Soccer

Founded by professional soccer players in 2002, Grassroot Soccer trains African soccer stars, coaches, teachers, and peer educators in the world’s most HIV-affected countries to deliver an interactive HIV prevention program to youth...
August 17, 2011  /  Comments Off on Grassroot Soccer

HIV Prevention Program of Montefiore

Red Ribbon supports the Bronx Community Merchant and Pastor Network, a nontradtional HIV prevention program which works with high risk individuals in places they would ordinarily go...
September 30, 2011  /  Comments Off on HIV Prevention Program of Montefiore


The McKinney Houses at St. Luke's LifeWorks provide permanent housing and stability among individuals and families affected by HIV/AIDS in Connecticut's lower Fairfield County region.
August 17, 2011  /  Comments Off on Inspirica


For 20 years, Lifebeat has been using music to raise awareness and funds in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
May 8, 2012  /  Comments Off on Lifebeat


mothers2mothers provides education and psychosocial mentoring to help HIV+ pregnant women access services to prevent mother-to-child transmission and adhere to treatment.
August 17, 2011  /  Comments Off on mothers2mothers


Nyumbani is Kenya’s first and largest facility for HIV+ abandoned children. It provides a loving and warm safe-haven for the 4095 children...
August 18, 2011  /  Comments Off on Nyumbani