History is happening now!

Thank you in advance for helping us spread the word about our June 11-12 AIDS Quilt display in Golden Gate Park’s Robin Williams Meadow. This will be the largest display of the Quilt in a decade – and the largest ever in San Francisco. This emotionally powerful, historic event is free to the public.

SPREAD THE WORD ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Invite your friends to this event. June 11 & 12, 10am-5pm each day with special opening ceremony beginning @9:30 am on June 11 and closing ceremony @4pm June 12.

Share your Personal Quilt Story. Download and post the images below, along with the suggested text (or write your own!). You can also search for a name and panel on the Quilt online HERE -- take a screenshot -- and share it with your personal story on social media.

Please tag and follow @NationalAIDSMemorial and @AIDSQuilt on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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INSTAGRAM

Join us June 11 & 12 in Golden Gate Park for the largest #AIDSQuilt display in a decade! Be part of history and honor the lives lost to AIDS.  #StopAIDS #StopHIV #CallMyName #AIDSQuilt #NationalAIDSMemorial

35 years and over 700,000 lives lost in the US since the 1st panel of the #AIDSQuilt was made. Join us for the largest SF display of the Quilt with 3,000+ panels on display June 11-12, Golden Gate Park. #AIDSQuilt #NationalAIDSMemorial

FACEBOOK

The #AIDSQuilt marks 35 years since the first panels were made. On June 11 & 12, join us in Golden Gate Park for the largest display in a decade. Be part of history and honor the lives lost, then and now, as our fight is not over. #StopAIDS #StopHIV #CallMyName #NationalAIDSMemorial

It’s been 35 years and over 700,000 lives lost since the first panel of the #AIDSQuilt was made. Join us for the largest San Francisco display of the Quilt where 3,000+ panels will be displayed June 11-12 in Golden Gate Park. #AIDSQuilt #NationalAIDSMemorial

TWITTER

Join us for the largest display of the Quilt ever in SF June on 11-12. We’ll remember those we’ve lost and continue our fight for a cure. #AIDSQuilt #StopAIDS #StopHIV #CallMyName #NationalAIDSMemorial

35 years. 700,000+ US lives lost since the first panel of the #AIDSQuilt was made. Be part of history June 11-12 in Golden Gate Park for the largest SF display of the Quilt. #AIDSQuilt #NationalAIDSMemorial

LINKEDIN

The #AIDSQuilt will be on display on June 11 & 12 in Golden Gate Park for the largest display in a decade. Be part of this historic moment to honor the lives lost to AIDS. We must remember them all. #StopAIDS #StopHIV #CallMyName

35 years. 700,000+ US lives lost since the first panel of the #AIDSQuilt was made. Be part of history June 11-12 in Golden Gate Park for the largest SF display of the Quilt. #AIDSQuilt #NationalAIDSMemorial

Download the 8 1/2 x 11 Flyer
MORE INFORMATION


Map of Display
Make a Panel
Be a Reader
Volunteer Sign Up
Transportation Planning
Quilt Facts & Photo Album
Media Press Kit/Photos
• Statement from Rep. Barbara Lee

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SEE A LIST OF ALL OUR PARTNERS HERE
We are proud to also work with HIV.gov to raise greater awareness about HIV/AIDS.
Support the Quilt with a Personal Donation

CLEVE SHARES HIS STORY

Watch BBC World News Witness History in this touching segment with Quilt co-founder Cleve Jones as he discusses the origins of the Quilt, its history and impact.

HOST A QUILT DISPLAY

Share the Quilt's powerful stories of activism, love, healing, hope and remembrance to connect the story of HIV/AIDS to important issues impacting our nation. Become a host today

SEARCH FOR A NAME ON THE QUILT

There are more than 110,000 names stitched into the Quilt’s 50,000 panels.  See the entirety of the Quilt online and search for names of loved ones lost to AIDS.

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