Category: AIDS

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REMINDER: Dining Out for Life is tonight!

Tonight is the annual Dining Out for Life fundraising event where local restaurants donate 25% of their sales to the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. San Francisco has hosted Dining Out for Life since 2001. Through community participation it has been able to raise over one million dollars for HIV prevention and care...

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Magnet hosting wellness fair for HIV+ persons over 50

With so much focus on HIV prevention and HIV care advertising geared towards younger people the needs of the aging HIV positive population seem to go ignored. Older folks living with HIV feel invisible and are not sure where to turn when looking for solutions to the effects of living...

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PHOTOS: Santa Skivvies Run 2013

Here are some photos from todays Santa Skivvies Run 2013 benefitting the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. We’ve put them up on our Facebook Page too if you want to tag ‘em with your friends names (I’m sure they’ll appreciate it).

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The Week End is Here: Lets Have Fun!

The week end feels like it came a bit early this week with Halloween falling on a Thursday. The celebration of All Hallows Eve continues Saturday, All Souls Day, in the Mission where sacred and secular meld for the annual San Francisco Dia de los Muertos celebration procession and altar building honoring...

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Living With AIDS and Coping With Eviction in the Castro

San Francisco is known for being on the cutting edge of AIDS treatments. The City developed a internationally mimicked, ground breaking, comprehensive system of AIDS care that was unrivaled in the early years of the plague. Now some Castro residents face another foe in their ongoing battle to survive AIDS...

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Under One Roof Returns to the Castro as a Pop Up Store

Last year Under One Roof, the 21-year-old non-profit retail store that raises money for AIDS charities, shuttered its long-term Castro location (518 Castro St) citing changing economy, slumping sales, lack of community support and ballooning overhead. After a nearly 10 month absence from the neighborhood the venerable charity reappears in...