East Bay Aids Advocacy Foundation
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 132
PO Box 72216 Oakland CA 94612 USA
EBAAF promotes grassroots efforts and other organizing initiatives that increase the well-being of people living with HIV in the East San Francisco Bay Area, specifically Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. With a focus on collaboration and assistance to existing efforts, EBAAF works to: >> maximize available resources to influence change in HIV/AIDS service delivery, policy and advocacy in the East Bay; >> create avenues to build the capacity and skills of the East Bay HIV community; and >> expand key collaborative advocacy efforts (local, state, regional and national) that serve the East Bay HIV community.
EBAAF maintains three key programs: ** Public Policy & Advocacy ** Capacity Building ** Resource Development
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This is a great organization dedicated to providing support for East Bay HIV/AIDS Non-profits. The organization also serves as the parent organization for the East Bay AIDS Walk and the East Bay AIDS Education Training Center.
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