Mission: Until There's A Cure® is a national organization dedicated to eradicating HIV/AIDS by raising awareness and funds to combat this pandemic.
Our dream is that no one else will become infected with HIV. For those who are HIV positive, we are dedicated on their behalf to educating all people about the virus and the overwhelming need for love and compassion in fighting this pandemic.
Our goal is to fund prevention education, care services, and vaccine development using The Bracelet as the tool. The Bracelet will not only serve as a bridge to unite people to fight HIV/AIDS, but will help to increase awareness, compassion, understanding, and responsibility.
Until There’s A Cure is committed to:
* Funding innovative programs which promote AIDS awareness and prevention education for our generation of young Americans.
* Providing financial support for care and services for those living with AIDS.
* Actively supporting AIDS vaccine development which offers the best hope for reducing the spread of HIV.
Results: The Foundation's Public Service Advertising campaign promotes the fight against AIDS with celebrity advertisements in leading magazines nationwide. Pro-bono advertisements appear in Entertainment Weekly, POZ, InStyle, Seventeen, Esquire, Good Housekeeping, ESPN, Shape, and many more.
Since 1993, the Foundation has granted $9 million dollars to vital programs and initiatives in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
Direct beneficiaries per year: Varies depending upon grant distribution
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These people deserve your support ! I have known the leaders of this organization for over a decade - and observed "up close" as they have worked hard to build and sustain their efforts at awareness and financial support AIDS research and support services organizations. Funded primarily through sales of awareness building bracelets and other items, nearly 100% of the funds raised are devoted to grants to organziations which have a direct impact on research and suppport serviuces related to AIDS.