In 1982, our community came together to address an alarming health crisis which would later grow into an epidemic. San Francisco AIDS Foundation was born from action, and we continue that focus providing sexual health services, harm reduction services and housing assistance, and advocating for policies that support health and wellness. Today, our diverse communities face unprecedented challenges related to housing, food security and health care. We must work together to develop new approaches and push for action. Together, we are facing the future.
We hope that you’re inspired all San Francisco AIDS Foundation is doing to help San Francisco be the first city to achieve zero new HIV infections, zero AIDS-related deaths and zero HIV stigma. Read more about our impact and find out more about how to get involved, below.
Our outreach teams will be out for Pride! Visit us at one of these many events!
2 pm – 6pm: 15th Annual San Francisco Trans March, Dolores Park, San Francisco
San Francisco Pride Parade, 10:30 am: This year, San Francisco AIDS Foundation joins Openhouse for GEN OUT, a parade contingent that celebrates LGBTQ seniors as the first generation to come out and the leaders of the LGBT movement.
Pride Celebration in Civic Center Plaza, 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm: Visit the San Francisco AIDS Foundation Pride Pavilion for our largest and most spectacular display of unity. Learn about services available to community members like HIV/STI and hepatitis C testing, PrEP, harm reduction, substance counseling, housing assistance, case management, and community support services.
Volunteers are the backbone of many of our programs and services—doing everything from HIV test counseling to volunteering at social events.
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San Francisco AIDS Foundation services are provided free of charge thanks to the generous donations of our many supporters. Consider making a tax-deductible gift today.
The best way to fight HIV is to know your status. A simple test can determine if you are infected with the virus.
Our diverse programs help thousands of people every year. From testing to prevention to care, our services assist communities where need is greatest.