Will you help us reach our fundraising goal of $120,000? Join #TeamAIDAtlanta and #ShareHopeToday! All funds raised by Team AID Atlanta will remain local and directly support AID Atlanta’s life-saving work.
We’re celebrating Imara Canady, a current member of our Atlanta Advisory Board, as a 40for 40 Champion of Hope! An Atlanta native, Imara is a highly respected executive leader and nationally recognized for building partnerships and collaborations that have a sustainable community impact. He has been a profoundly loyal servant to the city of Atlanta since the 90s, serving under several Atlanta Mayors and securing many incredible accomplishments for the city that have improved the quality
Monkeypox cases are slowly ticking up. We encourage everyone to learn what the virus is, what the symptoms look like, and how to keep yourself safe this summer.
Look at our EMC Members go! To be a member of Team AID Atlanta’s Extra Mile Club, you have to be a registered member of Team AID Atlanta and raise $1,000 or more for the team. Currently*, we have two Team AID Atlanta members that have reached EMC status: Christopher Evans and Peter Leahy **As of
AIDS Walk Season is upon us! Mark your calendars – AIDS Walk Atlanta will be on September 24th, in Piedmont Park.
We’re celebrating Tracy Elliot, Executive Director of AID Atlanta from 2007-2012, as one of our 40 for 40 Champions Of hope!
Tracy has enjoyed an extensive and multifaceted career,
After more than five years of work by the Georgia HIV Justice Coalition, Georgia Equality, and advocates living with HIV, Georgia’s HIV disclosure law has been modernized with the signing of SB 164 this week. This legislation was introduced by State Senator Chuck Hufsteler and supported in the House
The Men’s Engagement Network (M.E.N.) of AID Atlanta will be hosting our free HIV/STD Saturday testing clinic on June 4th…
Today, we’re celebrating Dedrick Burch, AID Atlanta volunteer extraordinaire, as one of our 40 Champions for 40 Years of Hope! Dedrick started his volunteer work at AID Atlanta with the HIV/STI Infoline in 2017 but has continued to offer his time and efforts by volunteering for all of our special events as well. You may have actually seen him at any one of our community events over the years!
We hope to have your support during Pride Month and can’t wait to see you all at the 2022 Atlanta…