Art for AIDS 2017
AHP held its 21st annual—and now legendary—Art for AIDS art auction at City View at the Metreon. An enthusiastic crowd of supporters joined us for an evening of fine art, fine wine, gourmet food, and famously inventive cocktails. The event is a great time to enjoy meeting a community that defines itself by its love of art and its desire to help.
Misfit Art Auction Fundraiser
July 9, 2017 • 3:00PM
San Francisco Pride Parade
June 25 • 10AM
SF FrontRunners Pride Run
The Alliance Health Project is an active participant in the community. Look at these recent past events to see what we’ve been up to.
A Journey with Katie Couric
Film screening and discussion
Thursday, April 20, 2017 • 6pm– 8pm
UCSF Alliance Health Project
1930 Market Street, SF
Admission is free!
This event is co-produced by the Alliance Health Project and the Center of Excellence for Transgender Health.
Art for AIDS 2016
AHP will hold its 20th annual—and now legendary—Art for AIDS art auction at City View at the Metreon. Join us for an evening of elegance, art, fine wine, gourmet food, famously inventive cocktails, the performance of our charismatic auctioneer Patrick Walsh, and a great time to enjoy meeting a community that defines itself by its love of art and its desire to help.
Find Your Photo from the Art for AIDS 2016 Step and Repeat.
“Misfit” Art Auction
AIDS Walk Fundraiser
Join us for the Misfit Art Auction where artists have generously donated end of series, slightly imperfect, older, or reproductions of their work. Bidding will begin at $20, $30 and $40 and up. Food and beverage provided.
July 10, 2016, 3pm–6pm, 1890 Bryant Street, 3d floor
RSVP at Eventbrite
All auction “sales” will be completed by making a donation to a walker on Team AHP.
UCSF Alliance Health Project
will host a Community Gathering
Wednesday, June 22 • 6:00 to 8:00 pm
1930 Market Street, San Francisco
RSVP at Eventbrite
A place to reflect, share and express our feelings together.
Clients, neighbors, allies, students, providers, community members—everyone is invited.
We can only assume that like us, you are shocked by the deadly attack against our community, the death and injury to our brothers and sisters in Orlando. As we struggle to make sense of this senseless tragedy, each of us can gain strength from our vibrant and embracing community.
Please join us to talk, to express your feelings and to begin healing. Let’s share our stories together.
ART + Style Cares
May 19, 6 to 9pm | Code Salon
370 4th Street, No. 2 (Second Floor), SF
A benefit auction to raise awareness and support for UCSF Alliance Health Project (AHP)
CODE’s SOMA loft space transforms into a venue for live + silent auctions of donated contemporary art, lifestyle goods, services and gift certificates. Plenty of hobnobbing over drinks and light noshes with members of our creative caring community.
CELEBRATE THE ALLIANCE HEALTH PROJECT AND SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR MENTAL HEALTH & WELLNESS IN LGBTQ AND HIV/AIDS COMMUNITIES.
HOSTS: ARTHAUS | CODE SALON | AHP
DONORS: Our live + silent auction is made possible by the generosity of artists such as Carolyn Meyer, Gioi Tran, John Wood, Skin on Market, Frameline, Levi’s, Muse Beauty Pro, Boon, W Hotel, and many more.
Volunteer & Art Donor Appreciation Party
Friday, May 13, 2016
5:30 to 7:30 pm
Hors d’oeuvres, wine, and cocktails provided
If you donated to AHP or Art for AIDS—time or art—please join us to celebrate: YOU
Three Door Gallery
1890 Bryant Street Studios
3rd floor, San Francisco
RSVP by May 6, 2016, at 2016ahpvolunteer.eventbrite.com
Questions? Please contact Jose Portillo at email@example.com
Admission by RSVP only.
Inclusion and Identity
A Talk by CeCe McDonald,
Black Trans Woman Survivor and Activist
In Conversation with Ina Fried,
Senior Editor at Re/code
A Fundraiser for UCSF Alliance Health Project (AHP) hosted by Twitter
Thursday, April 7, 2016 at 6:30PM
Twitter Building, 1355 Market Street, San Francisco, CA
This is an RSVP only event. Please go to Eventbrite to register.
All guests must be registered and present ID to enter the Twitter building.
All donations will go toward Trans Services at AHP.
The Power of Story—HIV/AIDS Writing Workshop
Thursday, May 14, 2015
AHP SERVICES CENTER
We all have HIV/AIDS stories, some we have told and some we have never shared. Stories help us make sense of our experience, and can change over time. The narrative process promises unexpected discoveries, new connections, and often, healing—for ourselves, our families, and our communities.
Please join David Fredrickson, author, psychotherapist, and AHP volunteer group facilitator, in a writing workshop designed to express and discover healing through words. All are welcome regardless of your relationship to writing. This guided workshop will encourage your journey. It will honor every participant’s unique story within a supportive group experience.
“Each of us has a truth as unique as our own fingerprints . . . speaking truth heals . . . anything true is beautiful.”
—Rachel Naomi Remen MD
Health and Wellness Workshops and Events
AHP is committed to supporting the health and wellness of all members of the communities we serve through workshops and other activities that bring community members together in one space. Past workshops have engaged topics such as Dating, Relationships, and Sex; Body Image; Embracing Being Single; and Aging.
Life on All Fours—Book Signing and Reading
By author DAVID FREDRICKSON
AHP Services Center
FEBRUARY 26, 2015, 6:30pm–8:00pm
Join AHP volunteer group facilitator David Fredrickson as he reads from his just-published volume, signs books, and answers questions about Life on All Fours. Writer, advocate, and psychotherapist, David has dedicated his career and volunteer activities to those voices that are often unheard, including at-risk children, adolescents, and families, and people affected by HIV/AIDS. Life on All Fours chronicles the experience of crisis, healing, and love in the time of HIV/AIDS, told with the wide-eyed wonder of a puppy. A portion of the book sales will benefit AHP.
Review on Amazon for Life on All Fours:
“David Fredrickson’s writing is honest and touching. The story is about friendship, family, love and loss and 100% San Francisco. The dog’s voice is gentle, playful and filled with very funny insights into humans and how we act. Wonderful companion for a Sunday afternoon in the park!”
SF Pride 2014—where we had a fabulous Pride Photo Booth.