Heroes for an AIDS-Free Generation
The Keith Haring Foundation supports EGPAF!
EGPAF and the Keith Haring Foundation are coming together to help create the first AIDS-free generation. Recognizing that EGPAF is the global leader in the fight to end AIDS in children, the Keith Haring Foundation has committed $1 million, along with permission to use a Keith Haring image, to seize this opportunity and raise awareness of and resources for this historic moment. This timely partnership honors the legacies and lives of Elizabeth Glaser and Keith Haring—both of whom dreamed of a world in which no child has AIDS. Elizabeth founded her organization in 1988, with her friends Susie Zeegen and Susan DeLaurentis, after the AIDS-related death of her daughter, Ariel. Keith established his foundation in 1989 to support nonprofits that assist children or are involved in HIV education, research, or care.
If you would like to learn more about this effort or wish to get involved with EGPAF, please contact Craig Evans, Director of Development, at email@example.com.
Thank you for your support!
In Spring 2018, EGPAF, the Keith Haring Foundation, and our supporters came together to help create the first AIDS-free generation. Our supporters shared their photos in our limited-time only “AIDS-Free Generation” t-shirts and participated in our social media campaign. Thank you to all who have helped us raise important awareness and funds for this historic moment! If you missed your chance to donate and to receive a t-shirt, you’ll have another chance for World AIDS Day! Stay tuned for more information. We’re thrilled to share some of the supporters who have championed our cause. Together, we are a voice for the over 400 children still infected with HIV every day.