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On June 11-12 the National AIDS Memorial displayed 3,000 Quilt panels in Golden Gate Park, marking 35 years since the first panels were made. Presented by Gilead Sciences, this event honored the lives lost to AIDS whose names are stitched in the fabric of the Quilt.
Share the Quilt's powerful stories of activism, love, healing, hope and remembrance to connect the story of HIV/AIDS to the important issues impacting our nation today.
“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
PERSONALIZED PHOTO GIFT
The National AIDS Memorial is now able to transform pristine digital images of individual Quilt panels into beautiful high-resolution photographic prints - learn more
QUILT MOVES TO SAN FRANCISO
Nancy Pelosi announces Quilt Moving to San Francisco, November 2019 watch now
HISTORY OF THE QUILT
Conceived in 1985 by long-time San Francisco gay rights activist Cleve Jones - learn more
40 YEARS / 40 STORIES
40 years of stories from the pandemic – the lives lost, the heroes, the survivors - see the stories
MAKE A PANEL
Here in a few easy steps is how to create a panel for The Quilt - learn more
HOST THE QUILT, REQUEST A PANEL
To request to host the Quilt in your community please make a request