San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
AIDS Emergency Fund is seeking volunteers for our beverage booth and this year's Up Your Alley, a.k.a. Dore Alley Street Fair. We have been given a great opportunity to fundraise and help Up Your Alley.
We will be needing volunteers for two shifts, for pouring beer, for serving beer and for helping set up and breakdown. Please take a moment to check out the shifts and sign up. More details about the ABC (Alcoholic Beverage Control) training you will have to attend if you plan to serve beer.
Join staff and long time volunteers as we all get to volunteer TOGETHER and reunite for AIDS Emergency Fund. It takes a village and this time over beer.
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AIDS EMERGENCY FUND
For thirty-three years, AIDS Emergency Fund (AEF) has been a financial lifeline, providing more than $34,000,000 to help tens of thousands of San Franciscans disabled by HIV/AIDS avoid eviction or utility shut-off and live stably and independently in our community.
There is great hope these days that new medical interventions, coupled with political and financial will, can result in fewer new infections, possibly even an end to the spread of AIDS.
While the thought of an AIDS-free generation is a great step forward, it is cold comfort to those already infected. People who have battled HIV/AIDS for a decade or more — those who have experienced the permanent and debilitating side effects of the illness or its treatments — will not suddenly fully recover and re-enter the work force. Thousands disabled by HIV/ AIDS will still need financial help from AIDS Emergency Fund, supportive services from our community partner agencies, and specialized (and expensive) medical care.
While AEF joins in anticipating a bright future for HIV prevention, we remain committed to being a beacon of hope for low-income San Franciscans already disabled by HIV/AIDS. We are honored to operate in a city that values all its residents, thankful for a community of donors who share our vision, and committed to helping our clients live with dignity until there is a cure.