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Announcing the AIDS Walk San Francisco 2008 Benefiting Organizations!

Posted by jewsnextdor on June 2, 2008

This year there are 57 AIDS service organizations throughout all six Bay Area counties that are receiving community grants from the funds raised at AIDS Walk San Francisco. That is the most benifciaries of the walk to date, please help team Jews’ Next Dor in helping these organizations by sponsoring our walkers or joining our team.

The full list of beneficiaries can be viewed on the AIDS Walk San Francisco website. Take a moment to see what organizations are at work in your community and check out their websites. These organizations provide indispensible service to the community and they deserve all of our support, so let’s keep up the great work!

AIDS Walk San Francisco benefits the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.

Proceeds from the event also fund HIV/AIDS Community Grants, administered by the Horizons Foundation. In 2008, grants will be distributed to the following 50+ HIV/AIDS organizations serving the six Bay Area counties:

360: Positive Care Centerhttp://www.positivehealth.ucsf.edu/

AGUILAShttp://www.sfaguilas.org/

AIDS Community Research Consortiumhttp://www.thevolunteercenter2.net/org/2705558.html

AIDS Emergency Fund, San Francisco AIDS Fundhttp://www.aidsemergencyfund.org/

AIDS Housing Alliance/ SFhttp://www.ahasf.org/

AIDS Legal Referral Panelhttp://www.alrp.org/

AIDS Prevention Action Network

AIDS Project of the East Bayhttp://www.apeb.org/

Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Centerhttp://www.apiwellness.org/home.html

Asian Americans for Community Involvementhttp://www.aaci.org/home.htm

Asian Health Serviceshttp://www.ahschc.org/

Bay Area Young Positiveshttp://www.baypositives.org/

Bill Wilson Centerhttp://www.billwilsoncenter.org/

Billy DeFrank LGBT Community Centerhttp://www.defrank.org/

Black Coalition on AIDShttp://www.bcoa.org/

California Institute of Integral Studieshttp://www.ciis.edu/

Community Awareness and Treatment Serviceshttp://www.careforhomeless.org/

Community Health Empowerment / Exchange Workshttp://www.chiefcic.com/

East Oakland Community Projecthttp://www.eocp.net/

Flowers Heritage Foundationhttp://www.flowersheritagefoundation.org/

Get Screened Oaklandhttp://www.getscreenedoakland.org/

HIV Education and Prevention Project of Alameda Countyhttp://www.casasegura.org/

Homeless Youth Alliancehttp://homelessyouthalliance.org/index.html

Huckleberry Youth Programhttp://www.huckleberryyouth.org/

Immune Enhancement Projecthttp://www.iepclinic.com/

Institute for Community Health Outreachhttp://www.naap-ca.org/

Larkin Street Youth Serviceshttp://www.larkinstreetyouth.org/

Lesbian Health & Research Center at UCSFhttp://www.lesbianhealthinfo.org/

Lyon-Martin Women�s Health Serviceshttp://www.lyon-martin.org/

Marin AIDS Projecthttp://www.marinaidsproject.org/

Meals of Marinhttp://www.volunteersolutions.org/marin/org/10243114515.html

Needle Exchange Emergency Distributionhttp://www.berkeleyneed.org/

New Conservatory Theatre Centerhttp://www.nctcsf.org/

New Leaf: Services For Our Communityhttp://www.newleafservices.org/

Outlet Programhttp://www.projectoutlet.org/

Pacific Center for Human Growthhttp://www.pacificcenter.org/

Pangaea Global AIDS Foundationhttp://www.pgaf.org/

Pets Are Wonderful Supporthttp://www.pawssf.org/

Planned Parenthood: Shasta-Diablohttp://www.ppshastadiablo.org/site/c.feJPIVOzErH/b.876657/k.CC43/Home.htm

Positive Resource Centerhttp://www.positiveresource.org/

Project Informhttp://www.projectinform.org/

Project Open Handhttp://www.openhand.org/

Pro-Latinohttp://www.prolatino.org/

Quan Yin Healing Arts Centerhttp://www.quanyinhealingarts.com/

Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa Countyhttp://www.rainbowcc.org/

SF LGBT Community Centerhttp://www.sfcenter.org/

Shantihttp://www.shanti.org/

St. James Infirmaryhttp://www.stjamesinfirmary.org/

STOP AIDS Projecthttp://www.stopaids.org/

Tenderloin Healthhttp://web.mac.com/tenderloinhealth/Tenderloin_Health/Welcome.html

Tri-City Health Centerhttp://www.tri-cityhealth.org/

UCSF AIDS Health Projecthttp://www.ucsf-ahp.org/

Valley Medical Center Foundationhttp://www.vmcfoundation.info/

Vital Life Serviceshttp://www.vitalcalifornia.org/

Women Organized to Respond to Life Threatening Diseaseshttp://www.womenhiv.org/

Women�s HIV Program at UCSFhttp://www.whp.ucsf.edu/

Women�s Community Clinichttp://www.womenscommunityclinic.org/

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2 Responses to “Announcing the AIDS Walk San Francisco 2008 Benefiting Organizations!”

  1. […] Community Grants, administered by the Horizons Foundation.  In 2008, grants will be distributed to 50+ HIV/AIDS organizations serving the six Bay Area counties.See the full list of who benefits here, not to […]

  2. […] In total More than 25,000 walkers came together to raise a near-record $4,512,934 for the thousands of men, women and children struggling with HIV/AIDS in San Francisco and the entire Bay Area. As we’ve mentioned before, this year’s walk supported a record number of local organizations. […]

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