National Aids Memorial Home 25 Years Anniversary
Programs and Events
Watch: The Heart of the National AIDS Memorial

The Circle of Friends is the heart of the National AIDS Memorial. It is critical that we never forget the tragic stories of discrimination, or the courageous stories of countless individuals who fought against it. As the National AIDS Memorial, this is not only our legacy – it is our responsibility.

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Watch: A Message of Hope to Future Generations

For the past quarter of a century, the Grove has sought to be a place of not only remembrance and healing, but also of hope. Our community’s response to AIDS has been nothing short of heroic. We created hope where there was only hopelessness.

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2016 Light in the Grove & World AIDS Day

As people from around the world came together to commemorate World AIDS Day, the National AIDS Memorial brought together more than 1,300 friends, loved ones and supporters for two-days of events to pay tribute to the lives lost, inspire remembrance, healing and convey an important message of hope for the future.

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2016 Pedro Zamora Young Leaders Scholarships Announced

The National AIDS Memorial, through its Pedro Zamora Young Leaders Scholarship Program (“Scholarship”), has awarded ten outstanding undergraduate students $50,000 in financial scholarships to further pursue their educational goals and commitment to active roles of public service and leadership in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

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Surviving Voices

The National AIDS Memorial and the HIV Story Project launched a multi-year oral history project in 2015 titled ‘Joining Forces — Surviving Voices’. The purpose of this collaboration was to ensure that stories and lessons of the AIDS epidemic are captured, curated, and retained for future generations. Although steeped in tragedy and prejudice, the story […]

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