AIDS Healthcare Foundation

A nonprofit organization

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This is the mission of AIDS Healthcare Foundation. It is through this mission we are striving to reach 30 countries and save over 100,000 lives. Some see it as an impossible goal. We see it as a necessary one. AHF pledges to fight this disease no matter whom it afflicts, or where it is found. We will not rest until AIDS is eradicated from the globe. In 2005, AHF donated bicycles to the people in Uganda through it's Donate-a-Bicyle program. This measure helps to solve the transportation challenge Ugandans face everyday in keeping doctor visits to their local AHF healthcare center. From its first days as a hospice to helping thousands around the world through lifesaving anti-retroviral therapy, AHF is leaving a legacy of life. With patients literally dying on the streets of Los Angeles, AIDS Hospice Foundation was founded in 1987 by a small group of grassroots activists who committed themselves to "fight for the living and care for the dying." At the time, average life expectancy for patients at AHF was just 13 months. By 1990, reflecting the growing need for ongoing medical care, AIDS Hospice Foundation officially changed its name to AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF). Today, AHF is the nation’s largest AIDS organization. For nineteen years, AHF has cared for more than 100,000 people with HIV and AIDS and provided over 12,000 HIV tests in 2005 alone. With a staff of over 800, AHF helps people with HIV live longer, healthier lives. Source:

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AIDS Healthcare Foundation

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6255 W SUNSET BLVD 21st Floor


(323) 860-5200