Success Stories!

healing, hope, remembrance, and history
about the AIDS epidemic in America

The work of the National AIDS Memorial helps ensure that the lives of people who died from AIDS are never forgotten and the story of AIDS is known by future generations—so that never again will a community be harmed because of fear, silence, discrimination, or stigma. 

PROGRAMS

The work of the National AIDS Memorial  - learn more

NATIONAL AIDS MEMORIAL GROVE

The nation’s sole memorial to AIDS dedicated to healing, hope and remembrance - learn more

AIDS MEMORIAL QUILT

The largest ongoing community folk art project in the world - learn more

MEET OUR BOARD

Honoring the memories of those we have lost and those affected by HIV/AIDS - learn more

MEET OUR STAFF

Ensuring that the story of AIDS and the lessons learned never be forgotten - learn more

ABOUT THE MEMORIAL

The origins of the National AIDS Memorial began nearly 30 years ago - learn more

“Thousands of people have died in San Francisco, millions in the world. The point of the National AIDS Memorial Grove is to remember them, one at a time.”

- Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi

Thousands Needs

SUPPORT OUR PROGRAMS

Our work helps ensure that the lives of people who died from AIDS are not forgotten and the story of AIDS is known by future generations - so that never again will a community be harmed because of fear, silence, discrimination, or stigma.