National Aids Memorial Home 25 Years Anniversary
Programs and Events
2016 Light in the Grove

A sell out every year, Light in the Grove brings together more than 600 people on the eve of World AIDS Day, and for one enchanting evening, the Grove is artistically illuminated to honor the sense of loss and to celebrate the spirit of hope.

23rd Annual World AIDS Day National Observance

The World AIDS Day National Observance is our nation’s pre-eminent World AIDS Day commemoration event. In recognition of the Grove’s 25th ‘silver’ anniversary, this year’s theme is 25 Years of Remembrance, Healing & Hope. World AIDS Day, designated globally on December 1 every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic, and remembering those who have died of the disease.


Job Opportunity: Director of Development

Join a close working team of passionate, dedicated people at the National AIDS Memorial Grove as our new Director of Development. We are seeking a dynamic and committed development professional ready to manage our development function, grow with us and help us build upon our 25 year foundation as a beacon of remembrance, healing and […]


Surviving Voices: Hemophilia Community & AIDS

Following last year’s focus on San Francisco’s Leather Community, our work this year articulates the tragedies and triumphs of the Hemophilia Community (on a national level), and includes stories of those who were lost and those who managed to survive, in addition to family and friends who were forced to witness loved ones perish helplessly.


The Grove – 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.