About the AMP

The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway uses public art to create a physical place for remembrance and reflection, shares stories about the epidemic and the diverse community responses to the crisis, and provides a call to action to end HIV/AIDS, stigma, and discrimination.

Creating The AMP

A passionate group of volunteers and community leaders, including people living with HIV, people of color, and LGBTQIA+ people, came together to create The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway. They set three goals:
1- Use public art to create a physical place for reflection and remembrance
2- Use technology to share stories of the epidemic and the diverse community responses to the crisis
3- Provide a call to action to end HIV/AIDS, stigma, and discrimination


2015 The Start

In the fall, Seattle City Councilmember Tom Rasmussen, is finishing his last term on the Council and has an idea that some City planning money could be used to explore the creation of a memorial to tell the history of Seattle’s AIDS crisis. Rasmussen contacts Leonard Garfield, Executive Director of MOHAI (Museum of History and Industry), to help lead this effort and asks if MOHAI would act as the sponsor. They enlist fundraising professional Michele Hasson to join the effort.


2016 The Community

The City contracts with MOHAI for a planning study which includes community meetings and engagement with artists and professionals to develop and outline the scale, location, timeline, budget, and other project components.

A Steering Committee forms, adding Marlys Erickson (who co-leads a fundraising campaign), and Royal Alley Barnes (who helps establish and name the Community Action Group). This “CAG” consists of approximately 35 people, many of them having been involved in the first local responses to the epidemic. They convene at Bailey-Boushay House and work to identify the three top-level goals for the Seattle AIDS Legacy Memorial (subsequently renamed The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway) to help guide the development of the plan.

An overall project budget of $2.8 million is built, and committees are created to guide the direction of the AMP for fundraising, story gathering, and overall content and experience.


2017 The Site

Led by Paul Feldman as the first Project Manager, the AMP identifies an area being developed around the Capitol Hill Light Rail Station as a preferred location. Local architects Berger Partnership and Schemata Workshop help connect The AMP with developer Gerding Edlen to bring public artwork with a meaningful community connection to the future plaza. The site is confirmed, ensuring that The AMP will be in a neighborhood long considered to be the heart of the LGBTQ community, and one greatly impacted by HIV and AIDS.

A community room within Capitol Hill Housing’s Station House building is offered as an additional opportunity for The AMP artwork. Support from Seattle Parks Department and Seattle Public Utilities extends the area of The AMP into the north edge of Cal Anderson Park.

The Seattle Parks Foundation becomes the fiscal sponsor of The AMP, providing guidance and expanding fundraising and grant opportunities. The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture begins working in partnership with The AMP, supporting the project with art management and a process for artist selection.


2018 The Stories

Award-winning writer Rosette Royale chosen as Story-Gathering Consultant, hired with a matching grant from the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods. Work begins to record the stories of those impacted by HIV/AIDS within communities of color.

Through a competitive process, Portland-based artist Horatio Hung-Yan Law is chosen in July to create The AMP Master Art Plan. Law starts talking with local organizations, community members, and other stakeholders, listening to their stories and ideas as he develops the 80-page plan to guide the artistic direction of the project.


2019 The Artworks

AMP committee member Jason Plourde hired as full time Project Manager, and he works with the Office of Arts & Culture to oversee the selection of artists for the four major commissions identified. The artworks include a centerpiece sculpture in the plaza, groupings of connecting artworks throughout the site, pieces for reflection and remembrance in the park, and artwork on the community room walls.

The RFQ and selection process result in four final artists: Christopher Paul Jordan, Civilization (a design practice), Horatio Hung-Yan Law, and Storme Webber. Design and concept presentations occur throughout the year for the public, and city review boards.

Through the work of Sen. Jamie Pedersen and Rep. Nicole Macri, The AMP is awarded a $600K grant through the WA State Department of Commerce. King County provides $100K to the project with a 4Culture grant, and the Seattle City Council and Mayor grant an additional $165K in the city budget.


2020/2021 The Completion

Final designs approved by the PAAC and move into fabrication and installation. Delays in construction from the COVID-19 pandemic push completion to the end of 2020 and into 2021.

Committee Members & Staff

Steering Committee

Michele Hasson (Chair), Fundraising Professional
Royal Alley-Barnes, MAT, Executive Director Center on Contemporary Art – CoCA
Russell Campbell, HANC Deputy Director (HIV/AIDS Network Coordination)
Marlys Erickson, Executive Director (retired), Pike Place Market Foundation
Leonard Garfield, Executive Director, Museum of History & Industry​
Rev. Dr. Renee McCoy, Minister, Author, Community Leader, Activist
Rich Merrifield, Relationship Manager, Coldstream Wealth Management
Jeff Sakuma, Health Integration Strategist, City of Seattle
Tom Rasmussen, City Councilmember (retired), Seattle City Council

Project Manager

Jason Plourde

Story Collection and Engagement Consultant

Rosette Royale

Administrative Coordinator

Karen Flink

Community Action Group

  • Royal Alley-Barnes
  • George Bakan
  • Phil Bereano
  • Scott Bertani
  • Russell Campbell
  • DeAunté Damper
  • Mary Diggs-Hobson, AARTH
  • Jason Dittmer
  • Marlys Erickson
  • Paul Feldman
  • Karen Flink
  • Wilmer Galindo
  • Leonard Garfield
  • Melvin Givens
  • Karen Goldsen
  • Steven Gordon
  • Kate Hallstead
  • Thom Harrington
  • Kirsten Harris-Talley
  • Michele Hasson
  • Bradley Horst
  • Michael Ingersoll
  • Katelen Kellogg
  • John Kerr
  • Art Kuniyuki
  • Michael Louella
  • Lonnie Lusardo
  • Marie McCaffrey
  • Rev Dr Renee McCoy
  • Rich Merrifield
  • Aaron Olson
  • Jason Plourde
  • Tony Radovich
  • Luis Fernando Ramirez
  • Tom Rasmussen
  • Robert Roblee
  • Rob Roth
  • Rosette Royale
  • Jeff Sakuma
  • Steven Sawyer
  • Gunner Scott
  • Carol Sterling
  • Fred Swanson
  • Dennis Torres
  • Steven Wakefield
  • Perry Wales
  • Christopher Wood
  • Dr. Robert Wood

Community Partners

  • AARTH: African Americans Reach & Teach Health Ministry
  • Asian Counseling and Referral Service
  • BABES Network
  • Berger Partnerships
  • Bailey-Boushay House
  • Capitol Hill Champion
  • Cal Anderson Park Alliance
  • Center for MultiCultural Health
  • Entre Hermanos
  • Gay City
  • Greater Seattle Business Association
  • GreenRubino
  • Lifelong
  • Mode Studios
  • Museum of History & Industry
  • PCAF
  • PEER Seattle
  • POCAAN
  • Renaissance Hotel
  • Schemata Workshop
  • Seattle Counseling Service
  • Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation
  • Seattle Gay News
  • Seattle Neighborhood Farmers Markets​
  • Seattle Office of Arts & Culture
  • Seattle Parks Foundation
  • Seattle Pride
  • The Stranger
  • Urban Indian Health Institute
  • Whole Foods
  • W Hotel Seattle
  • Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience

Supporters

Donors ($250,000+)

Carl & Renee Behnke

City of Seattle

The taxpayers of Washington State

Donors ($50,000-$249,999)

4Culture

The Committee of 33

Ellen Ferguson

Katharyn Alvord Gerlich

Jason Lamb & Alan Kristal

Lucky Seven Foundation

Nancy Nordhoff & Lynn Hays

Pride Foundation

Bill True

Donors ($20,000-$49,999)

Bobbe & Jon Bridge

Capitol Hill Lions Club

Gilead Sciences Inc.

Alison & Glen Milliman

Maribeth O’Connor & Chuck Nordhoff

Jeannie & Bruce Nordstrom

Robert Roblee & Ron Johnson

Seattle Parks Foundation

Virginia Mason Medical Center

Sally & Richard Wolf

Donors ($10,000-$19,999)

Anonymous

Michele Hasson

Kongsgaard Goldman Foundation

Tom Rasmussen & Clayton Lewis

Sam Whiting

Donors ($5,000-$9,999)

  • Tom Alberg & Judi Beck
  • Thatcher Bailey
  • David & DeeAnn Burman
  • Mark Busto & Maureen Lee
  • Marlys Erickson & Christine Hurley
  • Bob  Evans & Steve Davis
  • Roger H. Forbes
  • Leonard Garfield & Tom Wolfe
  • Ted Gibbons & Tony Back
  • Steve Gordon
  • GSBA, Washington State’s LGBTQ & Allied Chamber of Commerce
  • Lucy Helm
  • Peter Hiatt & Ron Huden
  • Tripp Hunter &  Val Thomas
  • Rich Merrifield
  • Seattle Pride
  • Judy Tobin & Michael Baker

Donors ($1,000-$4,999)

AIDS Healthcare Foundation – AIDS Project Snohomish County – Virginia Anderson – Anonymous – Annalee Todd-Baglio – Baxter Family Trust – Don Beaty – Paul Beaudet & David Wertheimer – Scott Bertani – Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation – William Block & Susan Leavitt – Maria S. Carney – Coldstream Wealth Management – Comcast – Larry & Amy Corey – Cameron Corley & Denny Bird – Creag Foundation – Craig Davison &  Glenn Maarse – Stephen Dorn – Liz Dunn – Mary & James Dunnam – Robert Eichler – Lynn & Jamie Eisenhart – Dr. William Etnyre & Michael Lonesome-Etnyre – Mark Everts – Vicki Giles Fabré – Bill Fleming – Micki & Robert Flowers – Jody Foster & John Ryan – Lynda Gilman – Steven Hamilton & Paul Neal – Thom Harrington & Stewart Wong – Sherry Harris – Brian Hawksford – Lee Heck & Bill McGee – Asha Hossain – Eric Ishino & Ron Shiley – Steven B. Johnson – Keller Rohrback, LLP – Amy Koepnick & Tom Bridgman – Greg Kucera Gallery – Lakeside Industries, Inc. – Paul Lambros – Mark Levine & John Keppeler – Betsy Lieberman &  Richard Groomer – John T. Linvog & David Nguyen Le – Ellen Look & Tony Cavalieri – Ed Manley – MEPT Capitol Hill Station JV, LLC – Roger Nyhus – Jim & Mariette O’Donnell – Jeffrey Ogle – Thomas A Ortenzi – Steve Parsons & bill mcknight – Jason Plourde – Robert Porter – PrideFest – Lucy & Herb Pruzan – Christopher Quilter – Anthony Radovich – Emily Raymond – Kate Roosevelt & Caroline Maillard – Jeff Sakuma & Ron Pederson – Renee Salant – Cathy Sarkowsky – Sylvia Wolf & Duane Schuler – Cheryl Scott & Hannah Linden – Seattle Gay News – James Smith & Conrad Kartanas – McNair Smith – Bill & Stephanie Stafford – Carol Sterling & Tiffany Nelson – Helen Stusser – Swedish Medical Center – Michael Theisen & Ronald Jones – Jack & Gayle Thompson – Dennis Torres & Gregory Mangum – Unite Seattle Magazine – J. Perry Wales IV – Sylvia Wolf & Duane Schuler – Spring Zoog & Richard Marks

Donors ($500-$999)

Anonymous – Matt Basta – John Berg & Rob Roth – Anita Braker & Dave Olsen Marshall N. Brown – Bobby Butler – Margo Bykonen – Scott Carnz & Lance Park – Samuel Castic & Danny Wilks – Joe Cervantes – Judith Clegg & Lynn Davison – Community Roots Housing – Jane Crigler – Robert Cundall & Daniel Bross – Robert Dlugosh & Don McKee – C. R. Douglas – Marilyn I. Evans – Paul Feldman – Karen Flink & Jeff Dana – Steven Foss & Shane Ristine – Carmen & Carver Gayton – Hub Gilbert – H. D. Fowler – Alan Goldwasser – Diane & Ed Halloran – Roy Hamrick & Stephen Carstens – Bruce & Joanne Harrell – Monisha Harrell & Tami Olson – Wanda Herndon – F. Samuel Iaquinta – Michael Ingersoll & Rod Hammer – James Jorgenson – Brian Knowles – Arthur Kuniyuki & Andrew Ban – Lonnie Lusardo – Brian Marble – Stan & Maggie Moffett – John Mullen – Alex Nachman – Jim Napoleon – Ronald G. Neubauer – Jeff Olliffe & Brent Schmidt – Patrick Oyco – Dirk Peterson – Ron Ralph – Barbara Richards – Joel B. Roossin – Ann Schnick – Jeffrey Schouten – Stephen Silha – Larry Smith – Stephen Sprenger – Jeff Stelmach & Dan Shoap – Timothy Tomlinson – Raleigh Watts – Wade Zick & Lalo Carter

Donors (up to $500)

Joy Abbey Adams – Denis Adair – Dina Alhadeff – Greg Allen & Pat Starkovich – Royal Alley-Barnes – Gregg Andrews – Dawn Androphy – Thomas Andrus – Anonymous – Jennifer Antos – Christopher Archiopoli – Ann & Jay Arney – Belinda Bail – Virginia Baird – William L. Baldwin – Beth Barrett – Tom Bartholomew – Mark Bauman – Julia Beabout – Diane Bell – Philip L. Bereano – Davis Bergmann & Steve Sheehy – D’Anne Bissell & Janice Newell – Jack Blaising – Jennifer Bolles – Nicole Christine Bratt – Annika Brauer – William Bray – Rachael Brister – Charles R. Brown – Scott Brown – Russ Brubaker & Peter Quigley – Perry Bryant & David Comstock – Nancy Campbell – Bruce Caplan – Debbie Carlsen – Guy Caspary & Michael Bini – Leroy Chadwick – Bria Chakofsky-Lewy – David Chan – Elise Chayet – George Cheung – Nick Chicka – Wendy Yuen Chin – Sally Clark – Roxanne Clawson – Shileah Corey – – Susan Coskey – Jean Craciun – Patric Creelman – James Creevey – Tristan Crippen – Kali Curtis – Hannah Davich – Gary Davis & Rod Shutt – Peter Denis – Gretchen DeRoche – Joe DeShaw – Annabel Dessert – Telved Devlet & Brian Weiss – Bill DeYoung – Susannah Dhamdhere – Rev. Mary Diggs-Hobson & Lee Hobson – David Doody – Deb Dormody & Alec Thibodeau – Paul Dostert – Hannah Duff – Larry Dunn & Jerry Tackett – Joe & Marsann Drew Easterday – Julia Eckels – Cara Egan – Aaron P Eggers – Buddy Elledge – Gary Endres – Michael Erickson – Marilyn Evans – Dorcas Farquhar – Julie Fein – Fern Feldman – Robert Feldstein – John Flinn & Bill Hollands – Willow Follett – Karen & William Forbes – Karen Fraser – Scott Fraser & Paul Englis – Christine Freeland – Rick Freeman – Anne Frishberg – Philip Fryer – Don Fyffe – Seth Garz – Debora Gay – Leslie Giblett – Karen Gielen – Patrick Giles & William Chapman Nyaho – Kathleen Glossa – Noble Golden – Karen Goldsen – Phyllis Goodman – Ralph Gorin – Rosa Gourdine Franklin – Marilyn Gregory – Andrew Grimes – Kathleen Groshong – Reggie Gulley – Charles Gumpert – Kamuran Gurol & Tina Rogers – Corey Gutch – Daniel Hall – Jennifer Halloran – Kate Hallstead – Casey Hanewall – Camille Hanhardt – Lori Hansen – Linda Harris & Jerrold Liebermann – Lyda Harris – Thatcher Harvey – Mitchell Hatfield – Ray Heacox & Cynthia Huffman – Tim Heitzman & John D. Brooks – Eric Helgeson – David Henderson – Michael Herren & Carl Pugliese – Ryan Hicks & Jeff Dorian – Catherine Hillenbrand & Joseph Hudson– Lorraine & William Hine – Rodney Hines – Mafara Hobson – Kevin Hockley – Barbara Hoggatt – Chavi Hohm & Kim Colaprete – Katy Hollenbaugh – Jackson Holtz & Jeremy Moser – Thao Hong – Petr Horak – Nancy Horman – Dave Hovenden – John Howell & Claire Powers – Sarah Hufbauer – David Hughey – James Ilika – Kevin Fansler & Richard Isaac – Deborah Jacobs & Diane Andolsek – Noel & Cynthia Jacobsen – Aleisha Jacobson – Catherine Jaramillo – Cherry Johnson – Olivia Johansson – Terry Jolly – Marc Jones & Walter Weaver – Ronald Jones – Carole Jordan – Christopher Jordan – Maryann Jordan & Joe McDonnell – Debora Juarez & Michael Dupille – Brian Judd – H. David Kaplan – Julia Kaplan & Lainy Beitler – Heidi Kauffman – Katelen Kellogg & Joe Hatcher – William J. Kepper – John Kerr – Rob Killian, M.D. – Andrea King – Katherine Kirkpatrick – Shawn Kirschenman – Roger Klorese – Kevin Knoepp & Mary Williams – Sabrina Knowles – Taylor Krauss – Ann Kristal – Henry A. Kuharic, M.D. – Lori Kunze & Brian Potter – Ruthann Kurose – Keith Laepple – Deborah Lain – Mary Lamery – Rebecca Laszlo & Sara Intriligator – Laurene Lavoie – Horatio  Law – Kam Lee – Anne Levinson – Mike Leybourne – Jane Lighty – Laura Lippman & Henry Mustin – Living Positively – Francine Loeb – Jeff Lovern – Tim & Kathy Lucas – Michael A. Luck – Faith Lumsden – Ian MacGowan – Mimi MacLeod – Lynne MacMillan-Stephens – Rep. Dawn Mason – Brian Matt – Scott McCall – Renee McCoy – Denise McDonald – Patricia McInturff & Hunter Handsfield – Laura Meehan – Susan Mello – Aaron Miller – Beau Miller – Susan Miller – Shannon Mills – David Mitchell – Kristi & D. H. Moen – Doug Morgenson – Kathleen Mullen – Margaret Mullin – Paul Murphy – Nance Myers – Dick Nelson – Sara Nelson – Polly Newcomb – Sandra Newgard – Larry Nicholas & Tom Underhill – Caila Nickerson – O’Brien Wooler Family – Molly Ohainle – Collin Olden – Aaron Olson – Mike Orlich – John Helle Otto – Marvin Owen – Megan Oxman – Linda Page – Miriam Parris – Walter Parsons – Maggie & Clint Pehrson – Janet Pelz – Dirk, Riki, Harlen, & Sibell Peters/en – Claire Petersky – Rick Peterson – Leslie Pierce – Stephanie Pietras – Lawrence Pike – Allan & Judith Plourde – Heather Plourde – Meghan Plourde – Jennifer Pohlman – Alexis Pontikis – Brent & Kyle Ponton-Welty – John Poole – Dewey Potter – Beth & Chris Purcell – Daniel Radcliffe – Faggedy Randy – William Raney – Mary Raptis-Nielsen – Sharon M Ray – Everett E. Reagan – Gayle Reiber – Cameron Reister & Claire Plourde – James Renegar – David Reyes & Stephen Hegg – Mary Richardson – Mike Richey & Chris Winslow – Chris Rigos – Nita Rinehart – Maritza Rivera – Ace Robinson – Nanette Robinson – Renee Robison – Alex Roos – Julie Rubinstein – Pete Rush – Steven Sawyer – Andrew Schiffer – Gunner Scott – David Seater – Earl & Cheryl Sedlik – Nick Shea – Topher Shields & Jimmie O’Hara – Michael Shiosaki & Ed Murray – Christian Sinderman – Steven Sirianni – The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence – Matthew & Colton Spahn – Charles J. Sparling – Mackenzie Speare – Richard Springer – Michael Spurzem – Judi Standley – Denis Stearns – Tracy Steen – Joanne Stekler – Phil Stoiber – Remington Stokes – Hugh Straley – Gayle Stringer & Nancy Nickelson – Mark Sullivan – Justin Sunberg – Karl Swenson – W. Richard Takaki & Joseph R. Bruin – Mary Ellen & Ken Talley – Don Tarbutton & Steve Glancy (deceased) – Jane Taylor – Terry Tazioli – David & Dorothy Teeter – William Thieleman – Tom Tidyman – John Treat – Roxanne Tucker – Alessandra Turner – Marcellus Turner – Cathy Tuttle – Solenna Vanne – Andrea Wagner – Don Wahl – Wakefield – Ben Waldman – Joshua Wallace – David Wang – Jerry Watson & Erich Nordstrom – Kathi White & Marcie Headen – Timothy White Eagle – Heather Wilde – Joel Williams – Stephen Willis – Leslie Wisdom – Donna Wood – Lee Wood – Dr. Robert W. Wood – Woodland Park Presbyterian Church – Bruce Woolverton & Tom Jewell – Mike Xu & Bill Saxton – Nobuko Yamasaki – Larry Yocom – Larry Yok & Eric Olson – Dominic Yuriar – Stephen Zapantis – Kristen Zavorska – Don Zimmer & James Sutherland

In Memory Of

Gifts to The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway have been made in memory of:
All in spirit • All taken away by AIDS • All that have lost their lives • All the friends we should have grown old with • All those who I have known and lost • Alan Kristal (27 gifts) • Andy Nelson and Sam McMorrow • Audie Lemke • Barbara Bailey • Barry Bianchi (3 gifts) • Bart P. McKeirnan • Bill Ferranti • Bill Ford (4 gifts) • Bill Morgan • Billy Taylor • Bonney Watson • Brook Stanford • Bruce McIntosh • Bruce Shelton • Cal Anderson (4 gifts) • Charles Mergentime • Charles Perry (3 gifts) • Cle Douglas • Clifford (Kip) Newquist • Clint • Cousin Alan • Dad • Dallas • Dan, Steven, John, Norman and Sean • Danae • Daniel Chick and Larry Klein • Danny Fuller • David C. Cervenka • David King • David Sadoff • Dear friends from Los Angeles • Devin Faircloth and Louise Hay • Donald G Wells • Eric Castellano • Frank Vilardi • Gary Howse • Gary, Barry, and others • George Bakan • Gertrude & Adelard Plourde • Gordon Wright • Harry Hay, Harvey Milk, Rock Hudson, and Ryan White • Hiram • Hugo Vila • Iain James Beveridge • Ian “Ernie” Horvath • Jack Anderson and Tracy Brown • Jack Crandall • Jim and Primo • Jim Munoz • Jim Verginia • John and Joe • John Buchanan • John Yates • Jon Stangland • Judy Carlsen • Kaz Jones • Keith Haring • Keo • Kip Reynolds • Larry • Larry Braden • Laurent Germain • Lost friends known and unknown • Mark Steven Catuska • Marty • Matthew Gregory • Max Jeff Rochlin • Michael • Michael Beaucar • Michael Cava • Michael Crowley • Michael Ehle • Michael Harmon, the comic with AIDS • Michael Herrea • Michael Murdoch • Michael R Myers • Mike Burkhardt and Wayne Gott (2 gifts) • Miss Suzy and Jim • Pablo Seldner • Paul • Paul Ihler (2 gifts) • Raymond Acedo • Reginald Diggs • Richard C Rolfs • Richard Graham • Rick Lancaster • Rick Pool • Robbie • Robert • Robert Shea • Robin • Rodney Bernal • Ron • Ron Lane • Russell W. Davis (2 gifts) • Sally and Ben Clawson • Scott Charles • Scott McDowell • Seattle Shanti Program • Shane • Steve Glancy • Steven Caserta • Stuart Davidson • Suzy Eldredge • Sylvain Klaus (2 gifts) • Terry Anderson • The effervescent, hopeful, optimistic, brave people who did -and did not- survive a plague • Thousands of lost brothers, sisters and others • Trina Bettis

In Honor Of

Gifts to The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway have been made in honor of:
Abner Gaston III • ACT UP Seattle • All of us • Andy • BABES Network • Ben Ryan • Byron Schmidt • Cora Schmidt • David Mendoza and Thatcher • Dempsey Leonard Jr & Dan Morgan • Don Tarbutton • Ellie David • Eric Castellano • J. Mark Fleming • Jack Goldman • Jason Lamb • Jason Plourde (3 gifts) • Jeff Sakuma • Jim DuPaul and Buddy Yetter • John • Jovita and Erin Carpenter • Marcus Hopkins • Marlys Erickson (3 gifts) • Michele Hasson (3 gifts) • Micki Flowers (2 gifts) • N Avila (2 gits) • Neighborhood Farmers Markets • Neva Olliffe • Phil Bereano • Richard Merrifield • Rob Roblee & Ron Johnson • Southworth PRIDE • Steve Gordon (2 gifts) • Thatcher Bailey (2 gifts) • the nurses and doctors who care for patients diagnosed with AIDS • those that continue to share their story • those who care •those who endured • Timothy Rice • TJ Elston and James Ludwig • Tom Rasmussen • Tracy Tucker • Vince & Stebbo

Community Partners

  • AARTH: African Americans Reach & Teach Health Ministry
  • Asian Counseling and Referral Service
  • BABES Network
  • Berger Partnerships
  • Bailey-Boushay House
  • Capitol Hill Champion
  • Cal Anderson Park Alliance
  • Center for MultiCultural Health
  • Entre Hermanos
  • Gay City
  • GreenRubino
  • Greater Seattle Business Association
  • Lifelong
  • Museum of History & Industry
  • PCAF
  • PEER Seattle
  • POCAAN
  • Renaissance Hotel
  • Schemata Workshop
  • Seattle Counseling Service
  • Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation
  • Seattle Gay News
  • Seattle Neighborhood Farmers Markets​
  • Seattle Office of Arts & Culture
  • Seattle Parks Foundation
  • Seattle Pride
  • The Stranger
  • Urban Indian Health Institute
  • Whole Foods
  • W Hotel Seattle
  • Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience