AIDS.ORG makes access to important AIDS information
easier and faster. We provide prevention, testing,
and treatment information to over 250,000 people every month. AIDS.ORG
has been awarded the "Health on the Net Foundation" Code of Conduct
(HONcode) seal for reliability and credibility of information in the
field of healthcare.
Every month, over 160,000 young
people under 25 turn to AIDS.ORG, making us an important resource since
over 50% of new HIV infections in the USA occur in this age
AIDS.ORG, Inc. is a nonprofit
501(c)(3) educational organization, and maintains a very strict privacy
We make it our goal to be
the best starting point for someone looking for AIDS information on the
Internet. Our intent is that users be directed to the best
information on the topic they're investigating. We
bring professionals and the public together to share knowledge
and experiences. (Our website provided
a program of accredited education for medical professionals, allowing doctors
in rural and isolated areas to better serve AIDS patients.)
We need your help. Most
all of our budget comes from donations from individuals, with over 90% of
the money raised going directly to providing educational services.
AIDS.ORG operates with a very
small staff and dedicated volunteers. When money is lacking, more
of our time and energy has to be used in searching for funding. So
your donation, be it large or small is greatly appreciated. Even
$25 can provide prevention education for 500 young people, or treatment
information for 100 patients and family members. Where else can your
dollar go as far?
here to donate.
YOU can help make a difference
in the world. Please consider donating your time and
Currently, we are looking for voluteers
with experience in grant writing. We are also looking for an expereinced
"grant manager". At times, we will need help with fundraising
events; so volunteers who are media artists or have Public Relations skills
are highly valued.
Click here to find out how to