Healing, hope, remembrance, and history about the AIDS epidemic in America
Our Mission: 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.
Our work helps ensure that the lives of people who died from
AIDS are not forgotten and the story of AIDS is known by future
generations - so that never again will a community be harmed because of
fear, silence, discrimination, or stigma.
AIDS Memorial Quilt • National AIDS Memorial Grove • Community Workdays
World AIDS Day National Observance • Surviving Voices Oral History Project
Pedro Zamora Young Leaders Scholarship • Mary Bowman Arts in Activism Award
Please follow the links below if you are interested in memorializing names in the National AIDS Memorial Grove:
- Circle of Friends Engraving
- Artists Portal Engraving
- Hemophilia Circle Engraving
- Boulders, Benches and Crescents
National AIDS Memorial is a project of the Tides Center — TAX ID 94-3213100.
All donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.