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The Atlanta crisis stems from spurned romantic advances, according to a lawsuit.
Contractors claim the city’s AIDS housing program has not reimbursed them, leaving clients at risk for homelessness.
The Ginny Shubert Center for Harm Reduction offers primary care and HIV services.
The annual “Broadway Bares” burlesque revue raised over $2 million for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
A related report explores better ways to fund community-based responses to HIV.
The issue has led to turmoil and resignations at Baton Rouge’s Open Health Clinic and HAART.
“We’re a group of young DC kids trying to do something good for the city.”
HIV activists had called for his ouster over his handling of the Harvey Weinstein-related financial controversy at the nonprofit.
Based in Knoxville, the Positively Living facility uses telehealth to see patients in other cities.
Thanks to The Campbell Foundation!
The HIV League is looking to identify four HIV League Scholars through the only national scholarship for students living with HIV
The Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA) introduces its newest grantees.
John E. Roane Jr. is VP of operations, and Valerie L. Rochester is VP for strategic grantmaking and capacity building.
The HIV League is proud to announce that the application for The HIV League Scholarship is now open!
Daniel Szymczyk, founder and CEO of The HIV League, shares why he started the nonprofit group and how running became a passion.
Description: How New York’s newest non-profit came to be, and what it’s planning to accomplish.
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