Mission : The largest AIDS service provider in the city of Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania , ActionAIDS provides comprehensive and intensive case management services to approximately 3,500 people living with HIV/AIDS in Philadelphia per year. Additionally, ActionAIDS educates the community with regards to HIV/AIDS prevention and regularly advocates for the rights of people living with HIV/AIDS. Moreover, our efforts are to ensure that no one in our city faces AIDS alone.
1. Volunteer Buddy
2. Volunteer recruitment
3. Clerical support
Mission : The AIDS Policy Project is an exciting new group of activists, strategists, and people with AIDS. We are spearheading an effort to fight for global AIDS funding and to keep AIDS in the public eye and a high funding priority for our legislators through strategic organizing, direct action, and media work. Our members have, on average, ten years of experience each as successful AIDS, gay rights, and poverty activists and organizers--but we welcome new volunteers.
1. Help organize press clippings
2. Grant writer
AIDS Services in Asian Communities (ASIAC)
Phone: 215-563-2424, ext. 10
Address: 1201 Chestnut Street, Suite 501
Philadelphia , PA 19107
Mission : AIDS Services in Asian Communities (ASIAC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing culturally sensitive and language appropriate HIV-related services to Asians and Pacific Islanders and their partners, friends, family members, and service providers in the Philadelphia area.
Opps: Call or E-mail for volunteer opportunities.
Mission : To provide nutritious meals and nutrition counseling, to all who are homebound and living with HIV/AIDS in Philadelphia and the surrounding area.
1. Kitchen Helper
3. Office help
4. Pie in the Sky and other annual events
5. Speakers Bureau
Mission : Mazzoni Center , located in Center City Philadelphia, provides competent and non-judgmental primary medical, mental health and education services to the region's historically underserved sexual minority and HIV-affected communities.
2. Food bank
3. Special events
4. Street outreach
Address: 100 S. Broad Street, Suite 620
Philadelphia , PA 19110
Mission : Philadelphia Cares mobilizes volunteers to address the critical social, educational, and environmental needs in the greater Philadelphia region through volunteer action.
1. Hunger / Homelessness
2. Education / Literacy
3. Children, Youth, and their Families
6. People Living with HIV/AIDS and Cancer
7. Partners in Technology
9. Animal Lovers
10. Social Action
Mission : To provide relief to HIV-affected families with
children, through high-quality,
developmentally appropriate child care to infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers.
Opps: Contact organization for volunteer opportunities.