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World AIDS Day March & Candlelight Vigil

Join us this World AIDS Day as we remember those we’ve lost to the AIDS crisis and continue the fight for justice for our communities. We’ll meet in front of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation (1035 Market St) and march together to City Hall, where we’ll hear commemorations for those we’ve lost and reflections on how we must continue the fight for justice. Wear red, we’ll provide posters and candles.

4:30pm – Meet at 1035 Market St. (SFAF)

4:40pm – March together to City Hall

5:00pm – Speakers & commemorations at City Hall

Dining Out For Life

Dining Out For Life San Francisco is a daylong fundraising event when the San Francisco restaurant community invites you to join them in the fight for health justice. On Tuesday, April 25, 2023, dine out at a participating restaurant and 25 percent or more of your bill will be donated to San Francisco AIDS Foundation to promote health, wellness, and social justice for communities most impacted by HIV through sexual health and substance use services, advocacy, and community partnerships.

Santa Skivvies

Santa Skivvies is an annual holiday underwear fun run/walk and fundraiser benefiting San Francisco AIDS Foundation. The route weaves throughout the streets of iconic Castro neighborhood, starting and ending at LOOKOUT on Noe and 16th.

When you sign up, we’ll send you a free pair of the iconic red Santa Skivvies underwear. Whether you choose to walk, run, scooter, skip, or skate the one-mile course, we have you covered… well, almost! Come wearing this year’s skivvies, festive holiday attire, or whatever makes you feel fabulous! We welcome every body.

Intimate Conversations with HUES

Hear the intimate stories of women who are long-term survivors of HIV, women who have reasons for HIV prevention, and the communities that these women have built.

Discussion topics include, but are not limited to: cultural impact of HIV on Black communities, HIV stigma and misinformation, championing U=U, PrEP access, as well as, healing and community support.

This event is being held in-person and space is limited! Please only RSVP if you plan to attend. Small bites and drinks will be available.

The purpose of HUES is to engage Black women of all ages who have reasons for HIV prevention and care through programming that centers the complex experiences of Black women.

Salsa Sunday with The Elizabeth Taylor 50-Plus Network

Join the Elizabeth Taylor 50-Plus Network for an afternoon of live music and salsa dancing at El Rio’s Salsa Sunday.

Salsa band, Mazacote.

Please arrive before 6pm. Due to the popularity of this event, plus one is by request only—NO EXCEPTIONS. 50-Plus pays entry fees for those who RSVP only! RSVP by Friday, October 18 at 4 pm

All levels of salsa dancing experience welcome!

The live music may be loud. Please bring ear plugs if you may be bothered by loud music.

Although wheelchair accessible, this event may prove challenging due to the crowd and uneven floor levels for those with mobility issues. The venue does gets crowded and there are steps and a steep ramp to navigate.

Call/text Dusty at (415) 487-3132 if you have any questions.

Victory Party

Join us to celebrate victories for the HIV community in the San Francisco budget.

We organized and mobilized to fight for critical funding in the SF budget to prevent fatal overdoses, prevent HIV transmission and to ensure housing and healthcare for people living with HIV. Together we fought hard and achieved some incredible victories for our community. Join us as we come together in community to celebrate these victories with a picnic in Dolores Park!

We’ll have food and drinks and music! RSVP now to reserve your spot and ensure we have enough food for everyone.

For questions please reach out to Ande Stone (astone@sfaf.org).

Film screening at Main Library – AIDS Diva: The Legend of Connie Norman

San Francisco Public Library will screen the official San Francisco premiere of AIDS DIVA: The Legend of Connie Norman, a documentary film about Connie Norman, the self-appointed “AIDS Diva” and masterful spokesperson for ACT UP/Los Angeles in the late 1980s and early 1990s. A panel discussion, moderated by Gerard Koskovich, and featuring director Dante Alencastre, Ms. Billie Cooper, and Garza will follow the film.

Not rated, 60 mins., 2021

Saturday, July 30, 2022, 2 pm – 4 pm

Location: Koret Auditorium, Main Library, 100 Larkin St., San Francisco

More info: https://sfpl.org/events/2022/07/30/film-aids-diva-legend-connie-norman 

TGNCI* Intergenerational Brunch

Señora Felicia Flames TGNCI* Intergenerational Brunch in Mission Dolores with Aging Services, Black Health, and TransLife in collaboration with Openhouse, LYRIC, and Trans March. Brunch catered by Blocko Vegan Tacos and Fluid Coffee & Events.

Tribute Celebration

Join us in honoring the remarkable achievements of community members and leaders who have acted in bold and brave ways to help move us all closer to ending the AIDS epidemic. Enjoy craft cocktails and a gourmet dinner with us in person or virtually from the comfort of your own home. In the true spirit of San Francisco AIDS Foundation, we’re meeting you where you are.


AIDS/LifeCycle is a fully supported, 7 day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles, co-produced by and benefiting San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center. The event raises awareness about the ongoing HIV/AIDS epidemic and funds services such as HIV testing, prevention, care, and much more.