Our corporate partners provide philanthropic gifts that support our mission and drive organizational growth, as well as corporate volunteers who are ambassadors for our mission every day.
Through their generous donations, our corporate partners demonstrate their commitment to improving the quality of life of those living with, affected by and at risk for HIV/AIDS. AID Atlanta’s corporate partners help us keep pace with the growing demand for services for our clients and their families. We are deeply honored and grateful for their support.
Advocates for Youth
Ameriprise FinancialMitman, Reese and Associates
AIDS Healthcare Foundation
Atlanta AIDS Partnership Fund
Bristol Myers Squibb
Buckhead Rotary Foundation
Cathedral of St. Phillip
Charity Parity Plan - Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
The Epstein School
Francis Hollis Brain Foundation
Friendship Community Church
For the Kid in All of US
John E. Donaldson & Dennis J. Perkins Foundation
Glaxo Smith Kline
MAC Global Foundation
Messages of Empowerment
National AIDS Fund
Oasis Family Life Church
Peachtree Road United Methodist Church
Piedmont Avenue Health & Wellness
Saint Mark United Methodist Church
Wells Fargo Bank
Governmental suuport is integral to funding direct client services and prevention education programs. Funding comes from the following government agencies and programs:
Fulton County:Ryan White Care Act: Title I
Fulton-Dekalb Hospital Authority d/b/a Grady Health System: Ryan White Care Act Title IV
City of Atlanta: Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA).
State of Georgia: Department of Human Resources: Prevention, Case Management, STD Clinic
Fulton County Human Services: Funding provided in part by the Fulton County Board of Commisioners under the guidance of the Housing and Human Services Department.
General Information: (404) 870-7700STI Testing: (404) 870-7722Volunteer: (404) 870-7764Comment Line: (678) 999-1212(Anonymous)
1605 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30309-2955(404) 870-7700
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