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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: AIDS, Health

Mission: Provide assistance to hiv females

Programs: To test and identify unknown hiv females provide them with required and supplemental resources that will prolong their quality of life and create community awareness

Community Stories

12 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

The ladies are very helpful, and always has a smile on their faces whenever you see the . They are always helpful, and I enjoy coming to the office for services and to group.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been a volunteer for A Sister's Gift as a Projecr Manager and I enjoy knowing my work is helping women. Really enjoy learning.

Client Served

Rating: 5

I would highly recommend this agency A Sister's Gift. The atmosphere, the people are great. I was treated with respect and kindness. I definitely will try to attend our monthly meetings.

Review from Guidestar

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have the pleasure of volunteering with this organization and I see the work that is performed by Ms. Edwards and her team to support the HIV community. They serve with love, patience, kindness and understanding. You get the sense that they truly care about the women they serve.

Review from Guidestar

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am a new member/sister and volunteer at asg... This organization is solely built on love and empathy. I am honored to be a volunteer for such a good cause. And very thankful for the opportunity to connect with women like myself. This disease, I have will not be the legacy of my life, but the fight I give it will... I PLAN TO TAKE A STAND FOR ALL BLACK WOMEN TOUCHED BY THIS DISEASE. God bless you all

Review from Guidestar

Client Served

Rating: 5

A Sister's Gift kept me and my 3 kids from being homeless. As a client of A Sister's Gift it amazes me how the previous comment by tabby201 proves how haterism among women still exists. If this person actually knew first hand about ASG services they would know ASG offers telephone referrals for men. I doubt the CEO could make people write reviews. However there is a sign in the office encouraging clients to connect on social media.

Review from Guidestar

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

I have a hard time believing any of the reviews on here after learning that the CEO writes them for people and makes them post them as written. And out of curiosity why is it called A Sister's Gift if her brother died and lacked services and now she excludes men from being served? Huh?

Client Served

Rating: 5

This agency if far the best agency I have been around since my diagnosis. They make you feel respected after having every aspect of being a woman destroyed mentally and physically. The volunteers and office help is awesome. I would recommend this agency to any woman that has been effected with the HIV/AIDS virus.

Client Served

Rating: 5

I've received unique financial and social services from ASG that are not offered by other HIV+ agencies in the community. At ASG as a client I'm always greeted with a warm small and a hug. ASG intake process just takes a few moments and there are no waiting periods to access their services; for example, rental assistance /utilities assistance, groceries, bus cards, nutritionist, education and empowerment seminars and classes; cabbage and beans (hot home cooked nutritious meal delivered to your door); client advocacy, buddy program, annual client events celebrating mother's day and christmas.

Review from Guidestar

Client Served

Rating: 5

I have been a client of A Sister's Gift for 4 years. I had a
difficult time identitying with local agencies in Dallas because I do
not resemble the typical HIV positive individual because I am a
mother. By Attending the group/life-skill classes and as a
recipient of the care and support programs I am now empowred to
have no fear of this disease. ASG's private intake location allows
me to continue to live anonymously with this disease because society
still makes judgments about people with this disease. ASG has shown
me how to fight quietly and with grace and I know I can make a
difference in getting "decision makers" to understand females living
with HIV and their children and families are in need of support
services.

Review from Guidestar