To improve the lives of those living with HIV/AIDS and to help decrease the spread of the disease, GCAP collaborates with local resources and organizations to serve its community by providing educational outreach to the public and by providing support to those who are living with HIV/AIDS in the form of transitional housing, emergency financial assistance and other services.
The Greater Community AIDS Project relies on the generosity of members of the community to help support its various programs.
What happened to the red ribbon? by Tyler A. Termeer
[Below is a piece written in 2007. I have recently been thinking about this and looking for something to help convey my feeling. Although this was written 8 years ago, it still holds true. As we great ready for another holiday season, let unpack our Red Ribbons For HIV/AIDS Awareness along with all of our […]
Quit your wining and wrap it up–Sunday, November 30th Stock up on wine for your holiday parties, gifts or even yourself. Along with wine for tasting and purchase there will also be a variety of appetizers provided by Classic Events Catering. Among the representatives there will be: Betsy Smith-Great Lakes Region Manager-Hahn Family Wines- August Sievers-Midwest […]
Artists Against AIDS-Update
The Board of Director and I would like to thank everyone for their patience over the past several months while discussion have been taking place on how to best proceed with what has become an annual tradition in the area. When we originally made the tough decision of postponing the show last spring we were […]