Founded in 1987, AIDS Healthcare Foundation is the largest HIV/AIDS organization in the world. It provides free HIV treatment in 39 countries to more than 820,000 patients. AHF delivers cutting-edge medicine and advocacy regardless of ability to pay.
Fight For The Living
Fight for the living and care for the dying
780 Terminally-Ill Patients Cared For at Chris Brownlie Hospice
In U.S., AIDS Deaths Spike to All-Time High
Treatment = Life
An Innovative Campaign
Milestone First AHF Pharmacy Opens AHF Partners With Basketball Legend Magic Johnson
Milestone First AHF Global Clinic Opens AHF Delivers Free HIV Drug Treatment to Africa At the time, some incorrectly thought "...that you could deal with this problem with normal eating, exercise..."
AHF Fights to Lower Exorbitant Drug Prices
AHF Demands Pharma Giant Not “Trade Human Lives For Profits” AHF Establishes Cutting-Edge Marketing Division
Keep the Promise
Keeping the Promise on AIDS
Month-Long “Testing Millions” Campaign Shatters Myths
AHF Successfully Defends PEPFAR in Washington D.C.
Ninety-Six Cents of Every Dollar Earned Go To HIV Services "Keep your eye on the prize. The prize is towards global AIDS control... We cannot be defeated."
Milestone AHF Initiates Ambitious “20×20” Global Campaign Milestone AHF Successfully Lobbies for Congressional Reauthorization of PEPFAR
AHF Launches Healthy Housing Foundation
Returning to its roots as a housing provider in a time of emergency, AIDS Healthcare Foundation launches Healthy Housing Foundation to urgently address California’s housing affordability and homeless crises, which are impacting AHF patients. Healthy Housing Foundation repurposes old hotels and other properties to create low-income housing for the most vulnerable. The first project was the Madison Hotel in Downtown L.A. In addition, AHF starts a housing advocacy division, Housing Is A Human Right.
AHF Reaches 1 Million Patients Served
Fulfilling its promise to serve 1 million HIV/AIDS patients by 2020, AIDS Healthcare Foundation reaches that major milestone in October 2018 — more than a year ahead of schedule. In 2019, AHF serves 1.1 million patients in 43 counties, including the United States, Indonesia, Mexico, South Africa, India, Cambodia, China, and Russia. AHF continues to provide “cutting-edge medicine and advocacy regardless of ability to pay.”