Each year, more than 8,000 people rely on the testing, counseling and support services provided by the AllianceHealth Project.
We need your help. Thirty years after the first diagnosed cases in the United States, AIDS remains one of the world’s leading killers. Despite the much appreciated improvements in care that help people live productive lives with HIV, one San Franciscan still dies from complications of AIDS daily.
Each year, more than 8,000 people rely on AHP’s services to cope with and transcend the challenges of living with or preventing HIV. Yet, while affiliated with the leading medical school in the nation, the University of California San Francisco, AHP receives no program funding from the university. AHP depends on support from government contracts, private foundations, corporations, and the generosity of individuals like you.
Supporting AHP has never been easier. Through our web site, you can make a donation and learn about a variety of other ways to financially support the lives and struggles of the community you care about:
Give Now, using UCSF's secure "make a gift" web site
The Alliance Health Project is a unit of the Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute, School of Psychiatry, at the University of California San Francisco. AHP maintains a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) status through the University Regents, the fiscal agent for the project. All donations to AHP are tax-exempt and are deductible to the fullest extent allowed under federal and state of California law.
REAL BAD is produced by Grass Roots Gay Rights West (GRGR/West), a local all volunteer non-profit committed to raising and distributing funds to grassroots organizations that strengthen the diverse populations that make up San Francisco's LGBT community.
REAL BAD's funding is generated by their annual dance party that is held the Sunday night of Folsom Street Fair weekend. The Alliance
Health Project is very grateful to have been selected as a REAL BAD
beneficiary in 2012 and 2013