Participating Organizations


The funds raised by AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run 2018 support AID Atlanta and 10 other participating organizations provide treatment, medication, prevention education, meals, housing, mental health services, child care, substance abuse counseling, and research to those living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.

AID Atlanta  The mission of AID Atlanta is to reduce new HIV infections and improve the quality of life of its members and the community by breaking barriers and building community.

Aniz  The mission of Aniz is to provide comprehensive health awareness, education and prevention services for the disadvantaged multicultural children, adults, and families, through therapeutic intervention and education for those who are infected/affected by HIV/AIDS.

Jerusalem House  believes Housing is Healthcare for homeless and low-income individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS and leads the Atlanta community to meet the needs of this population.

Living Room serves individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS in metro Atlanta by providing subsidized supportive housing, housing referrals, and housing-related emergency assistance. Our goal is to help our client’s access and maintain permanent, affordable housing.

Lost-N-Found Youth (LNYF)  is an Atlanta, GA based nonprofit that exists to end homelessness for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ+) and all sexual minority youth.

NAESM  The mission of NAESM is to provide national and local leadership to address the myriad of health and wellness issues confronted by black gay men through advocacy, services and education.

The Names Project Foundation  The mission of The Names Project Foundation is to preserve, care for, and use the AIDS Memorial Quilt to foster healing, heighten awareness, and inspire action in the struggle against HIV and AIDS.

Open Hand helps people prevent or better manage chronic disease through Comprehensive Nutrition Care™, which combines home-delivered meals and nutrition education as a means to reinforce the connection between informed food choices and improved quality of life.

Positive Impact Health Centers  The mission of Positive Impact Health Centers is to improve the quality of life through compassionate HIV speciality care, prevention, and behavioral health.

Someone Cares  engages, educates and empowers individuals living with HIV/AIDS and other health disparities to achieve better health outcomes by eliminating barriers to culturally sensitive services, building a network for underserved groups, and increasing client resiliency.

Thrive SS  The mission of Thrive SS is to help people living with HIV to not only achieve viral suppression but also to aid them in building a local network that is self-sustaining, uplifting and mutually beneficial.

Participating organizations

Presenting Sponsors