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The Well Project


The Well Project is on a mission to change the course of the HIV/AIDS pandemic by providing comprehensive education and support to women and girls impacted. This nonprofit envisions a world where these women can advocate for their health and live free from stigma. Check out their unique programs, including A Girl Like Me, a blog that serves as a safe space for women to share their experiences and promote understanding of HIV.


Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF)


Founded through a mother's determination, EGPAF has been a leader in meeting urgent needs in pediatric HIV and AIDS in the world's most affected regions. The group works hand-in-hand with local governments and partners in implementing healthcare programs on pediatric HIV prevention, care, and treatment, maternal health, and more.


Black AIDS Institute (BAI)


BAI is dedicated to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Black community. Founded in 1999, it aims to educate Black Americans about HIV/AIDS treatment and care, and to address systemic issues that marginalize Black people and exacerbate their health burden. BAI revolutionizes its HIV initiatives by centering Black experiences and perspectives to ensure that Black people can live their fullest, healthiest lives with dignity, care, and respect.


AIDS United


AIDS United aims to end the HIV epidemic in the US by focusing on critical areas, including the social and structural barriers to effective HIV prevention and care. Building on the group's firsthand knowledge of how the intersectionality of social injustice, discrimination, and healthcare disparity impacts those living with HIV, this nonprofit offers programs on policy and advocacy, strategic grantmaking, and capacity building. See how you can contribute your skills and knowledge to help address the HIV epidemic in different communities more effectively.