Why is that significant? Because right now, in 2020, people living with HIV are more vulnerable than at any time since the peak of the AIDS epidemic. As WNCAP Executive Director Antonio Del Toro wrote in today's Asheville Citizen-Times Op Ed
, ending the epidemic has never been more critical.
COVID-19 disproportionately affected people living with HIV.
Many of our clients lost their jobs, housing, or ability to leave the house because of a compromised immune system.
Requests for emergency financial assistance, case management services, and food delivery are at an all-time high, and we expect even higher demand this winter.
- $25 is enough for a lifesaving overdose reversal kit.
- $50 purchases 100 condoms to distribute throughout our community.
- $100 can cover transportation costs to get someone engaged in medical care.
- $500 provides a week of shelter for people living with HIV who have nowhere else to go in the middle of a pandemic.
Every dollar makes an impact. Your donation today
will help keep a person living with HIV healthy, housed, and fed tomorrow. Thank you for your generosity ❤️