AIDS United: Perfectly Positioned

For almost three decades, AIDS United has supported community-driven responses to the HIV epidemic around the country that reach the nation’s most disproportionately affected people, including gay and bisexual men, communities of color, women, people living in the Deep South, people struggling with substance abuse, those living in poverty, and people living with HIV/AIDS.

To date, our strategic grantmaking initiatives have directly funded more than $91 million to local communities, and have leveraged more than $115 million in additional investments for programs that range from access to care for people living with HIV, capacity building for community-based organizations, HIV prevention, advocacy, syringe access, and more.

Not only does AIDS United identify and fund innovative models, we develop tools and share those with the field to create a multiplying effect and move us ever closer—and ever faster—to making the promise of an AIDS-free future a reality. And AIDS United is perfectly positioned to lead this charge.

To meet this promise requires…

  • Reach. AIDS United has one of the largest networks in the country.
  • Representation. From its grantees and members to its projects and initiatives, AIDS United is focused on the critical issues in HIV and is present in the communities most impacted by the disease.
  • Results. Arming communities with tools and resources they need most to making legislative victories that affect us all, AIDS United achieves results.

Join us and invest in our promise at Every donation, big or small, puts us that much closer to ending AIDS in America.

AIDS UNITED grantees by location and need

Map depicts concentration of persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis, 2011, courtesy of

AIDS UNITED Public Policy Committee members by location and need

Map depicts concentration of persons living with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis, 2011, courtesy of

  • AID Atlanta | Atlanta, GA
  • AIDS Action Coalition | Huntsville, AL
  • AIDS Action Committee | Boston, MA
  • AIDS Alabama | Birmingham, AL
  • AIDS Arms | Dallas, TX
  • AIDS Foundation of Chicago | Chicago, IL
  • AIDS Project
    Los Angeles | Los Angeles, CA
  • AIDS Resource Center
    of Wisconsin | Milwaukee, WI
  • Amida Care | New York, NY
  • AIDS Resource
    Center Ohio | Columbus, OH
  • Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
    | National
  • BOOM!Health | Bronx, NY
  • Cascade AIDS Project | Portland, OR
  • Christie’s Place | San Diego, CA
  • Collaborative
    Solutions, Inc. | Birmingham, AL
  • Delaware HIV
    Consortium | Wilmington, DE
  • GMHC | New York, NY
  • God’s Love We Deliver | New York, NY
  • Foundation for a Healthy
    St. Petersburg | St. Petersburg, FL
  • Housing Works | New York, NY
  • IV-CHARIS | Cincinnati, OH
  • JRI Health | Boston, MA
  • LA County Department of
    Public Health | Los Angeles, CA
  • Legacy Community Health
    Services | Houston, TX
  • Lifelong | Seattle, WA
  • Metro Wellness | St. Petersburg, FL
  • Minnesota AIDS Project | Minneapolis, MN
  • National Alliance for HIV
    Education and Workforce
    Development | National
  • Nashville CARES | Nashville, TN
  • NO/AIDS Task Force | New Orleans, LA
  • Positive Women’s Network - USA
    | National
  • Project Inform | San Francisco, CA
  • San Francisco AIDS
    Foundation | San Francisco, CA
  • Southern AIDS Coalition | Birmingham, AL
  • Southern HIV/AIDS Strategy
    Initiative | Durham, NC
  • Treatment Access Expansion
    Project | Jamaica Plain, MA
  • Urban Coalition for HIV/AIDS
    Prevention Services | National
  • Whitman-Walker Health | Washington, DC
  • Women with a Vision | New Orleans, LA
  • Women’s Collective | Washington, DC
AIDS United operates with a singular focus: a mission to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic within the United States. Help us make that promise a reality. Donate today at