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Who Benefits

AIDS Walk San Francisco benefits dozens of HIV/AIDS programs
and services throughout the Bay Area.

The AIDS Walk San Francisco Foundation is the governing body of AIDS Walk San Francisco. It is composed of a Board of Directors intimately familiar with the Walk and the communities it serves. The Board oversees the event’s production and finances as well as determines how the event’s net proceeds are distributed. Beneficiaries of each year’s AIDS Walk are determined by the Board well in advance of the event to ensure an informed community of participants and donors.  

Over the past three decades, AIDS Walk San Francisco has raised more than $88 million dollars for Bay Area AIDS organizations that serve tens of thousands of people living with the disease and help prevent hundreds of thousands more from becoming infected.

This year, primary grant recipients are Project Open Hand, Positive Resource Center, and the Golden Compass Program at Ward 86 to continue to support the launch of its cutting-edge clinic with a continuum of
for long-term survivors of HIV.

The AIDS Walk San Francisco Foundation is committed to preserving the stability, success, visibility, and reach of each annual AIDS Walk San Francisco event.
Mission Statement
The Foundation’s vision is to serve the greatest unmet needs of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS in the San Francisco Bay Area and empower local HIV/AIDS organizations to end the epidemic.
Its mission is to raise and distribute funds for San Francisco Bay Area HIV/AIDS service organizations that enhance the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS, and to promote HIV education, prevention, and testing. 

Supporting Many Voices: Co-Beneficiary Teams Program and Community Grants Program

AIDS Walk San Francisco Foundation recognizes that no one organization can meet all the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS. That is why the event emphasizes not one voice, but many voices; not just services in one city; but rather the Bay Area-wide effort to bring this epidemic to an end. 

Through the Co-Beneficiary Teams Program, AIDS Walk San Francisco makes available the highly successful infrastructure used by its Teams Department to organize corporate and community involvement in the event. These organizations participate as fundraising teams in AIDS Walk San Francisco at no cost to themselves, and they keep a majority of the funds they raise. 

Bay Area HIV/AIDS service organizations are also once again invited to apply for direct grants from AIDS Walk proceeds as part of the Community Grants program.

To apply for our 2017 Co-Beneficiary Teams Program, please complete the application HERE and submit to Bert Champagne at by Friday, May 12.

AIDS Walk San Francisco is proud to have supported these and many other organizations over the years. The 2017 beneficiaries will be determined and announced this spring.

Marin AIDS Project
National AIDS Memorial Grove
Pacific Center for Human Growth
Pets Are Wonderful Support (PAWS)
Positive Being - Healing Through Touch
Positive Resource Center
Project Open Hand
Rafiki Coalition
Rainbow Community Center
Rainbow World Fund
Shanti Project
San Francisco Drug Users Union
St. James Infirmary
Welcome Ministry
West County Health Centers
Westside Community Services ACM
Women's Community Clinic

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