Want to support the Global Fund— or just one HIVer? Here’s how to get your money to Africa.

Keep a Child Alive
Give $30 (or more) monthly for at least two years to become a KCA sponsor and provide meds for a child or parent in Kenya or South Africa. Or make a one-time donation. KCA pools the money to pay for treatment for an HIVer.

Aid for AIDS
Aid for AIDS sends unused U.S. AIDS meds to HIVers in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. Donate or become a sponsor: $15 a month covers the cost of meds for one person—you can spring for lab tests, too.

Médecins Sans Frontières [Doctors Without Borders]
MSF is the largest nongovernmental provider of HIV meds: It treats 13,000 HIVers in Africa, Asia, Latin America and elsewhere and plans to reach 25,000 by the end of 2004.

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
United Nations Foundation
Attn: Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Dept.
# 3444, Washington, DC 20055
The Fund puts 60 percent of its budget toward fighting AIDS in developing countries, most of them African. It hopes to get meds to 1.6 million HIVers by 2008.

Oprah’s Angel Network
Oprah’s Angel Network
P.O. Box 96600
Chicago, IL 60693
Oprah can raise millions in a jiffy... but her website is a tad complicated. Click on “Oprah’s Angel Network,” then “Your Donations in Africa” to find a program you like. Then, click on “Donate to Angel Network” and follow the instructions. Or just mail a donation.