San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Kaposi's Sarcoma Research and Education Foundation
The San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing services for people with HIV/AIDS, with a mission to end the AIDS epidemic in the United States.wikipedia
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Cleve Jones

Jones, Cleve
The SFAF was established in April 1982 as the Kaposi's Sarcoma Research and Education Foundation, by Cleve Jones, Marcus Conant, Frank Jacobson and Richard Keller.
In 1983, at the onset of the AIDS pandemic Jones co-founded the San Francisco AIDS Foundation which has grown into one of the largest and most influential People with AIDS advocacy organizations in the United States.

Marcus Conant

Marcus A. Conant
The SFAF was established in April 1982 as the Kaposi's Sarcoma Research and Education Foundation, by Cleve Jones, Marcus Conant, Frank Jacobson and Richard Keller.
He helped create one of the largest private AIDS clinics, was a founder of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, and his work contributed to development of some of today’s top HIV medications.

Vincent Crisostomo

Vince Crisostomo
The 50-Plus Network, developed by Jeff Leiphart, PhD, and Noah Briones, MFT, and currently managed by Vince Crisostomo, offers a growing number of opportunities for older gay men in the San Francisco area to improve health and well-being, connect with peers, and give back to their community.
He currently serves as the Program Manager of the 50-Plus Network at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.

Hank M. Tavera

* Hank M. Tavera
Between 1986 and 1990, Tavera joined the staff of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, where he was responsible for running the Client Services department.

Charity Navigator

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SFAF has an 87.67% overall rating, and a 97% accountability & transparency rating, at Charity Navigator.

Kaposi's sarcoma

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The SFAF was established in April 1982 as the Kaposi's Sarcoma Research and Education Foundation, by Cleve Jones, Marcus Conant, Frank Jacobson and Richard Keller.

Timothy Ray Brown

*How AIDS Ends: An Anthology from San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Timothy Ray Brown, Jeanne White Ginder and Cleve Jones, foreword by Bill Clinton.

Bill Clinton

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*How AIDS Ends: An Anthology from San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Timothy Ray Brown, Jeanne White Ginder and Cleve Jones, foreword by Bill Clinton.

Red Hot Organization

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In 2010, donations from the proceeds of its latest album alone surpassed $1 million mark—with funds going to benefit: Partners In Health, Casey House, Citta, Camp AmeriKids, Out Youth, Housing Works, AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, A Loving Spoonful, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Old Town Clinic run by Central City Concern, After Hours, Nebraska AIDS Project, Advocates for Youth, PSI Youth, UK THT / Crusaid, Breakthrough Cincinnati, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, and Bronx AIDS Services.

Neil Giuliano

Neil G. Giuliano
After serving in elected office he served as president of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) from 2005 to 2009, and served as President/CEO of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation from December 2010 to December 2015,.

AIDSRide

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In 2001, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center ended their partnership with the California AIDSRide over concerns that not enough money was going to the charities.

Bobbi Campbell

In February 1982, on the invitation of Conant and Volberding, Campbell and Dan Turner, who had just himself been diagnosed with KS, attended what turned out to be the founding meeting of the KS/AIDS Foundation, which later became the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, of which Campbell then served on the board.

KOSF

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In 1988, the station teamed with the San Francisco AIDS Foundation to produce their first KKSF Sampler for AIDS Relief.

After It Happened

Three groups took the lead in organizing the protests: the San Francisco AIDS Foundation; ACT UP San Francisco; and Mobilization Against AIDS.

P.A.W.S.

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The first PAWS organization was founded in San Francisco, California in 1987 as part of the response to the HIV/AIDS crisis when volunteers at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation food bank noticed that HIV/AIDS patients had used the food supplied to them to feed their pets.

Felicia Elizondo

Felicia "Flames" Elizondo
She has worked for non-profit organizations, including P.A.W.S., Shanti Project, and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, that seek to improve quality of life for people living with serious illnesses.

Barbara May Cameron

She served on the Board of Directors for both the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the American Indian AIDS Institute and as a consultant to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the United States Department of Health and Human Services.

The San Francisco model of AIDS care

city's response to slow the impact
Other organizations include The San Francisco AIDS Foundation, which provided financial and social assistance, food donations, and education programs through community forums discussing AIDS therapy, sexual risk reduction, and AIDS virus antibody testing.