Join us for our biggest, brightest events of the year for World AIDS Day as we remember and celebrate those we’ve lost and all who are surviving and thriving today. You won’t want to miss Light in the Grove on November 30 (6-9:30pm), and our annual World AIDS Day National Observance on December 1 (11am-1pm).

There’s still time to buy tickets or become a host for Light in the Grove, a gala evening of light, art, friends and remembrance, immersed in nature, and one of the most coveted tickets of the season. This year we are honoring our very own Cleve Jones with our Lifetime of Commitment Award as we gather with our community on this beautiful evening in the Grove.

The following morning, we will host our annual World AIDS Day National Observance, bringing together leaders from across the country for powerful conversations about 35 years of the Quilt with Cleve Jones; the state of the epidemic with health and social justice advocates; and a look to the future with young leaders making a difference.  ABC7’s Reggie Aqui and the Commonwealth Club’s Michelle Meow will serve as moderators as we bring our community together for this important event. The World AIDS Day observance is free to the public. If you can’t make it in person, you can watch the program beginning at 5pm PT on our website.