By Jody Schaffer, director of volunteer services
This month, we celebrate the many people that donate their time, talent and effort to San Francisco AIDS Foundation.
Volunteerism is at the heart of San Francisco AIDS Foundation, and our volunteers provides a solid backbone for many of our programs and services. In 2017, more than 2,000 volunteers contributed close to 100,000 hours of service to the organization.
From stuffing envelopes to providing HIV test counseling to distributing the lifesaving overdose reversal drug Narcan to supporting our AIDS/LifeCycle riders, volunteers are powerfully and positively impacting our community every day.
We are a better organization because of the incredible commitment and passion of our volunteers!
Volunteer Vincent Tungol prepares sandwiches at Syringe Access Services' Duboce mobile site.
Emily Mariko-Sanders, DRock, and Cody Zeger prepare a mobile outreach site on Wiese Street.
Salesforce volunteers assemble hygiene kits.
Learn more about how you or your company can get involved on our volunteer services webpage.
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