AIDS Foundation of Chicago

AIDS Foundation of Chicago




Ending stigma, one step at a time

HIV/AIDS activist Brad Setter runs in AIDS Run and Walk Chicago to raise awareness of the disease. "I just feel you need to realize people are people first, and HIV/AIDS is something outside of that.”

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AFC moves one floor down

The AIDS Foundation of Chicago will be moving offices down one floor (Suite 2100) on Friday, July 25. Our new address is 200 West Jackson Boulevard, Suite 2100, Chicago, IL 60606. Please update your records accordingly!


Mississippi baby not cured, but new technology can end HIV

"We have to make better use of the groundbreaking technology that we already have in our hands today," writes John Peller in Windy City Times.

Dance for Life hits the stage on August 16

Six Chicago-based dance companies combine their lunges, dips and dives to support people living with HIV/AIDS. Don't miss it! Tickets are available for as low as $25.


Linking HIV/AIDS care to those who need it most

Through its HIV-VIP Linkage to Care Program, the AIDS Foundation of Chicago uses social media and outreach to promote community-based testing to hard-to-reach populations.

Slideshow: Step Up. Get Tested. Event with Jenifer Lewis Award-winning singer, actress and icon Jenifer Lewis performed and spoke about her life at an HIV testing awareness event at the Baton Show Lounge on June 26.

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