New York City AIDS Memorial - 1406
Honor Our Past, Inspire Our Future, Help Us to Remember, Reflect, and Renew: Support Our Team!
The New York City AIDS Memorial started as a grassroots effort to build a significant memorial to honor the more than 100,000 New Yorkers lost to AIDS and to acknowledge the immense contributions of caregivers and activists who mobilized to provide care, fight discrimination, lobby for medical research, and alter the drug approval process - things that truly resonate today.
We aim to inspire visitors to remember and reflect as well as empower current and future activists, health professionals, and people living with HIV in the continuing mission to end the epidemic through educational and cultural programming.
As a community partner of AIDS Walk New York, a portion of what we raise will go to support the ongoing maintenance of our Memorial and to fund educational and cultural programs for when we can gather together again. The remainder will help fund GMHC's vital services to support vulnerable New Yorkers, including those living with HIV/AIDS. We a proud to be a part of AIDS Walk this year, and we hope you will support our efforts!