On May 14 and 15 the Riders For Hope will hit the road to participate in the AV200 bike ride to raise money for the Emory Vaccine Center. As a beneficiary organization AID Atlanta will receive 50% of all the money they raise for the event. You can join the fun and help our team fundraise! Join our team or donate today at

World AIDS Day

In June 1981, the first cases of AIDS were reported. 40 years later we are unfortunately still battling against the…

Year of the Woman

Sisters With A Voice Celebrates Women Wednesday It’s #WomenWednesday highlighting an amazing woman in our community committed to women’s health! This is…

Why I PrEP

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The Extra Mile Club (EMC) is made up of AID Atlanta team members who raise $1,000 or more. EMCs inspire team members to go the “extra mile” and get involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

The best way to know your status and stop the spread of HIV is to get tested. We need worldwide access to testing if we’re going to make a meaningful impact in this fight. For information on testing, visit:

PrEP Yourself

Make sure you’re fully PrEP’D for all of your summer fun! PrEP works for women, men, people of transgender experience, people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, youth, and people who inject drugs. To find out more and see if PrEP is an option for you, visit to find out how we can support you locally.

Spotlight on HIV

SWAV wants to shine a #spotlightonhiv! This month is National HIV Testing Day (June 27th). We’d love to have you engaged with our Women’s Program – Sisters With A Voice (SWAV). Email us at to find out how you can be involved! Also follow us on Facebook and Instagram @swavaidatl

We’re Hiring

Interested in making a difference in the community? Join the team at AID Atlanta – an affiliate of AHF. For more information on the positions that we are currently hiring for, please visit:

AID Atlanta was honored to have Congresswoman Nikema Williams visit our agency on May 10, 2021. She listened and is actively trying to address community issues like HIV/AIDS. We hope to make some “Good Trouble” with our Representative!