SFAF Ambassador Council

The SFAF Ambassador Council aims to ensure the long-term sustainability of our organization and advocate for our mission. We strongly encourage BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and people living with HIV to apply.

Join the SFAF Ambassador Council

Advocate, support, and create positive change for those affected by HIV and AIDS.

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Key Responsibilities
  • Members of the Ambassador Council will serve as SFAF representatives, promoting SFAF’s mission-driven work while also growing our network of supporters.
  • Ambassadors are expected to serve on the Council for at least one year and commit seven hours per month to attend bi-monthly meetings, community events, and fundraising events.
  • Subcommittee tasks include event planning, marketing and communications, event sponsorship and fundraising, and community outreach.
  • Ambassador co-chairs will be responsible for overseeing the strategic direction, operations, and effectiveness of the Council.
  • Council subcommittee chairs will be responsible for target setting and planning, meeting management, member engagement and accountability, strategy development, and ongoing communication.
  • Ambassadors are required to fundraise or donate a minimum of $1,000 for each year of service.
  • Ambassadors may serve on the Council for multiple terms.

As an Ambassador Council member, you’ll have the opportunity to:

  • Advocate, support, and create positive change for people living with HIV.
  • Contribute your unique perspectives and ideas to support our cause.
  • Collaborate with like-minded individuals and professionals across various fields.
  • Drive initiatives and campaigns aimed at achieving health justice and equity.
Application Process

Submit your application online. Applications will be reviewed and evaluated on a rolling basis.

For additional details and questions about this opportunity or application process, please contact Asha Martin, Sr. Manager, Philanthropy, at amartin@sfaf.org.

Established in 1982, our work prioritizes the sexual health and substance use-related needs of our community through direct services, advocacy and community partnerships.