World AIDS Day 2022
This year on World AIDS Day, San Francisco AIDS Foundation remembers our history as we look to the future of HIV.
We honor the many leaders, activists, survivors, volunteers, and educators who took bold steps to confront an epidemic growing in our community. We mourn the loss of so many of our lovers, friends, and family members, and we celebrate the many survivors who have paved the way and defined what it means to live well with HIV. On this day, we hold the difficult memories from 40 years of HIV and AIDS, and at the same time look forward to a future of health justice for all.
World AIDS Day Art Build
Tue, Nov 29, 7 PM
Join the HIV Advocacy Network (HAN) to hear about the history of protest art, and create your own screen printed banners and signs with SF Poster Syndicate. No cost, all materials provided. November 29, 7 to 9 pm, Strut.
World AIDS Day National Observance
Thu, Dec 1, 11 AM
Commemoration at National AIDS Memorial Grove, with film screening of The Black Community & AIDS, honoring of activist and SFAF co-founder Cleve Jones, and conversation with local leaders about the AIDS Epidemic, Then & Now with SFAF’s CEO Dr. Tyler TerMeer. December 1, 11 am to 1 pm, National AIDS Memorial Grove in Golden Gate Park.
HIV & Aging Services World AIDS Day Supper
Thu, Dec 1, 3 PM
Join SFAF groups including the Elizabeth Taylor 50-Plus Network, TransLife, and BBE for a light meal and some camaraderie before heading to the March & Vigil. December 1, 3 to 4 pm, SFAF Main Office. RSVP: Paul Aguilar, email@example.com.
World AIDS Day 2022 Event Guide
Download our local events guide to World AIDS Day.
Leaders in HIV reflect on the past–and look to the future
Three leaders in HIV–spanning a 40 year history–connect in conversation about what they reflect on during World AIDS Day. With Tyler TerMeer, PhD, Cleve Jones, and Dr. Paul Volberding.
World AIDS Day is a day to heal our grief
By Paul A. Aguilar
Each World AIDS Day, when I am able to join with my community and others and can take a break, acknowledge my loss, memorialize those losses and take action by marching or by dancing, I am healed a little bit more.
40 years of history
In 2022, San Francisco AIDS Foundation commemorates 40 years of service to the community. Take a look at the 40th anniversary collection to read more about San Francisco’s bold, compassionate, and innovative response to HIV over the years.
Advocate for change
The future depends on all of us. Get involved in through the SFAF HIV Advocacy Network.