As the fight against AIDS in the gay community fades into the background while equality issues such as same-sex marriage take center stage, one San Francisco HIV/AIDS organization is suffering the financial consequences and retooling to ensure its survival.
Since 1996, the San Diego Human Dignity Foundation has granted more than $1 million to help individuals engage in philanthropy by developing creative ways to provide long-term support the organizations that serve our community.
“Mama’s Day has so many great things about it. The food, friends, and fun are great reasons to attend. And it is even better knowing that by attending, you are helping neighbors who are affected by AIDS or cancer.”
The proceeds from the Eden event will help DIG complete two large orphanage projects in Kenya. Once completed, these gardens will supply 320 students with a healthy lunch every day and another 60 orphaned students impacted by HIV will receive three meals a day from the garden.