It’s time to end HIV/AIDS

You can take important steps to preserve your health, protect others, and end HIV/AIDS.


End AIDS Washington

End AIDS Washington

Get insured, get tested, get PrEP, get treatment. This collaboration of community-based organizations, government agencies, and educational and research institutions has information on these ways to help stop the spread of HIV.

Other Memorials

The Collaborative of AIDS Memorial Sites

The Collaborative of AIDS Memorial Sites (CAMS) was formed in 2019 by five US-based entities: The National AIDS Memorial Grove (San Francisco), The Wall/Las Memorias Project (Los Angeles), STORIES: The AIDS Monument (West Hollywood), the New York City AIDS Memorial, and The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway. Their shared missions intend to educate the public about AIDS history while framing its contemporary conditions, empower critical activism, and provide physical spaces of community healing and engagement. Learn about more international AIDS Memorial Sites here:

AIDS Memorial Quilt

The AIDS Memorial Quilt is an epic 54-ton tapestry that includes more than 48,000 panels dedicated to more than 100,000 individuals. It is considered the largest community arts project in history. The National AIDS Memorial in San Francisco is the permanent caretaker and steward of the Quilt, and has made it accessible on their website for anyone across the world to view.

Local Organizations