Foundation Joins National Geographic’s Global Action Atlas
May 25, 2010
Much of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation’s work would not be possible without the amazing individuals who join us in our daily fight to eliminate pediatric AIDS. It is through their generosity, advocacy, and support that we are able to reach millions of women, children, and families around the world with the services they need to prevent the transmission of HIV, and to provide care and treatment for those living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.
National Geographic recently unveiled a unique website highlighting nonprofit organizations, their important work, and opportunities for supporters to help. Called Global Action Atlas, the site highlights amazing efforts to reduce human suffering, protect the environment, and preserve cultures. More importantly, it provides a place for individuals to connect to the people and organizations helping improve the world around them.
The Foundation was recently selected as a participating organization, and now hosts 17 project pages showcasing our work around the world, as well as opportunities to donate, advocate, and join us in our mission to eliminate pediatric AIDS.
Visit today to explore the Foundation’s work through innovative maps, photo galleries, video footage, blog posts, and updates. Connect with other interested individuals on the site, and share with friends and family through Facebook and Twitter.
We hope it inspires you to join us and get involved in the global fight against pediatric AIDS.
Taylor Moore is a communications associate at the Foundation.