We are thrilled to announce that our very own Dr. Mario Cruz was recently awarded the 2019 Greater Philadelphia Social Innovations Award for Innovations in Healthcare!
It is with a heavy heart that we share with you the passing of our very own Marcie Mays. A graduate of Project TEACH in 2006, Marcie quickly fell in love with FIGHT and the people here and she never left. She soon became an Americorps member in the AIDS Library, a class assistant in…
Philadelphia FIGHT’s Pediatric and Adolescent Health Center is currently holding a winter clothing donation drive to support our patients.
Philadelphia FIGHT’s Institute for Community Justice (ICJ) and Eastern State Penitentiary are teaming up to collect new, unwrapped toys or clothing to benefit the children of our recently released and currently incarcerated participants.
This year’s AIDS Education Month was a tremendous success! We reached thousands of people through our events including the brand new End AIDS Conference, our biggest and most ambitious AEM project yet.
Thank you, Team Philadelphia FIGHT for helping us kick off our 25th Anniversary Celebration at this year’s AIDS Walk Philly. Together, we raised over $13,000 and registered over 100 people for the walk/run.
Interested in learning about PrEP, a pill that is almost 100% effective in preventing HIV if taken daily? Join us for an interactive discussion on PrEP at the William Way LGBT Community Center on Thursday, October 29th from 6 – 8 p.m.
There was record attendance at our Seventh Annual World AIDS Day Prayer Breakfast! Over 250 people convened at the Doubletree Hotel to remember those who have passed and those who are still with us.
Thank you to our sponsors, guests and staff who made FIGHT’s 25th Anniversary Gala our largest and most successful fundraising event yet. We’re proud to announce that we have raised over $125,000 for our three Community Health Centers.
Philadelphia FIGHT is now offering dental services at our 1233 Locust Street location. Click the link for more information.
We are very sorry to announce that board member Sam Morales passed away on January 17. All of us who knew Sam will miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the many people deeply affected by the tragic incidents of this past week and the many incidents that have gone before.