Who Benefits from our fundraising?

From the 2022 AIDS Walk website:

“AIDS Walk San Francisco recognizes that no one organization can meet all the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS. That is why the event emphasizes not one voice, but many voices; not just services in one city; but rather the Bay Area wide effort to bring this epidemic to an end.
Through the Co-Beneficiary Teams Program, AIDS Walk San Francisco makes available the highly successful infrastructure used by its Teams Department to organize corporate and community involvement in the event. These organizations participate as fundraising teams in AIDS Walk San Francisco at no cost to themselves, and they keep a majority of the funds they raise.”

Here are the beneficiaries for 2022:

National AIDS Memorial – By sharing the story of the struggle against HIV/AIDS, we remember, in perpetuity, the lives lost, we offer healing and hope to survivors, and we inspire new generations of activists in the fight against stigma, denial, and hate, for a just future.


UCSF 360 Wellness Center – offering a range of high-quality services in a single location for people living with HIV/AIDS.


Face2Face – dedicated to ending HIV in Sonoma County while supporting the health and well-being of people living with HIV/AIDS.


The Spahr Center – A non-profit agency for Marin’s LGBTQ + HIV Communities


Huckleberry Youth Programs – providing a continuum of services rooted in the fundamental rights of young people to be safe, healthy, educated and treated justly.


AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP) – helping people with HIV/AIDS maintain or improve their health by resolving their legal issues.


HealthTrust – Building Health Equity in Silicon Valley.


The LGBT Asylum Project – providing high quality legal services to LGBTQ+ immigrants seeking protection in the United States for a low cost. 


Rainbow Community Center – building community, equity and well-being among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning and Intersex (LGBTQIA+) people and our allies.


La ClĂ­nica – providing multi-lingual, accessible full-scope health care services in the East Bay, no matter a patient’s income level or insurance status.


Quan Yin Healing Center – facilitating direct subsidized Chinese medical care for the HIV community. The program is currently run by the Misha Ruth Cohen Education Foundation.


Ward 86 Pop-up – providing integrated primary and specialty care for UCSF Network’s HIV-infected patients.