2020 Minnesota Red Ribbon Ride

ComUNITY

Welcome to Team ComUNITY!

All five (5) beneficiaries have partnered to form this team (African American AIDS Task Force, Hope House of St. Croix Valley, One Heartland, Rural AIDS Action Network, and The Aliveness Project) UNITED in the forefront as we work collectively to serve the community.  

More about us: African American AIDS Task Force (AAATF) is a culturally appropriate community based non-profit agency founded in 1994 by African American men and women living with HIV. AAATF offers Medical Case Management, Men’s bi-weekly support groups, Women’s weekly support groups, HIV Testing, counseling & referral services, Health Education, Risk Reduction, Medical Transportation, and more...

Hope House of St. Croix Valley is an adult foster care facility for people living with HIV/AIDS. Hope House of St. Croix has served the Washington County and the Greater Twin Cities area since December 1993. Hope House of St. Croix offers holistic care, providing for the physical, psycho-social, spiritual needs, and more...

One Heartland is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth and families facing HIV/AIDS and other life changes. Camp One Heartland was founded in 1993 and purchased their facility in 1996. One Heartland provides 6 camps with 6 different programs at each camp such as: Camp Heartland which provides a facility for youth living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, Camp Northstar provides a facility for children experiencing housing instability, Camp True Colors provides a facility for young people identifying as LGBTQ+, and more...

Rural AIDS Action Network (RAAN) leads the rural Minnesota in the fight to stop HIV through a broad array of client services, risk reduction, advocacy, and awareness. RAAN was founded in 1994 and within 25 years of their services they have served over 10,000 individuals. RAAN provides HIV& Hepatitis C Testing, Medical Case Management, Transportation, Nutrition, Outreach and more...

The Aliveness Project was founded as a Community Center for and driven by people living with HIV. Since 1985, The Aliveness Project has been facilitating connections to the community, offering nutrition, wellness services, and resources to lead to fulfilling and healthy lives. The Aliveness Project provides Meal Program, Food Shelf, Medical Nutrition Therapy, Case Management, Member Activities and more...

Donations can be directed to any member of the team, please share this opportunity with friends and family.  We "thank you" for your support!

 

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