Volusia & Flagler County
An event to support people living with and affected by HIV and to remember those who lost their lives due to an AIDS-related illness.Learn More
This year marks an important milestone. June 5, 2021 represents 40 years since the first official cases of what eventually became known as AIDS were reported within the United States.
Since then we have fought tirelessly for the thousands of loved ones lost to HIV/AIDS-related illnesses and the survivors living with HIV today. While we have made tremendous progress, we still are fighting to raise awareness to eliminate stigma and discrimination surrounding HIV/AIDS.
This anniversary is a reminder of the meaning and significance behind our service to end the epidemic. We have included some informational resources on the Resources page highlighting the progress we have made these past 40 years.
On December 1st, we will host a Memorial & Celebration service to remember those we have lost and to look towards the future.
Meet the team that is dedicated to serving you by bringing awareness and providing resources to the community.
In partnership with New Church Family, we will host a Memorial Service in their parking lot. The packed schedule includes keynote speakers and a time of remembrance and words of encouragement from community leaders as we continue to raise awareness.
Where: New Church Family
Date & Time: December 1 at 6:30pm
We are actively following guidance from health departments and the CDC. If you do choose to attend, please keep in mind the CDC recommendations on how to keep yourself and others healthy.