SFAF—Dignity: at the heart of our work
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Mario came to San Francisco AIDS Foundation looking to make a change in his life. With the support of our programs, he overcame drug use, went back to school, and found stability. Watch his story to see how he now works to deliver dignity and good health to others in need.

When Kevin moved to San Francisco in 1995, he had no place to stay. Foundation staff immediately got him a hotel voucher, and soon found him an apartment. He’s been in that apartment ever since, and we continue to help him with rental assistance today. When you support the foundation, you ensure that hundreds of clients like Kevin always have a place to call home.

Kevin

Norma relates to our clients because she’s walked in their shoes. She’s overcome drug use and depression. She’s strong and healthy 15 years after her HIV diagnosis. Now she’s a loyal volunteer, greeting people when they come through our doors and connecting them with services. When you support the foundation, you make sure all of our clients are welcomed with open arms.

Norma

Bing is a volunteer counselor at Magnet, our clinic in the Castro. He helps to provide free HIV tests and screenings for other sexually transmitted infections to thousands of men every year. If someone tests positive, he offers comfort and referrals to treatment. When you support the foundation, you support all of our efforts to deliver better health to our entire community.

Bing

Matt moved to San Francisco three years ago looking to find a community. Thanks to the foundation, he found community. He joined one of our programs that helps men build friendships and connections through volunteer service projects. When you support the foundation, you give guys like Matt the social networks they need to maintain good health.

Matt

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