Kevin Burns, Executive Director of ActionAIDS (credit: Hadas Kuznits)

Annual AIDS Awareness Event Encourages People To Dine Out

The 24th annual Dining Out For Life event takes place this Thursday, April 24 and participating restaurants will donate 33% of the food bill for diners.


(Credit: Molly Daly)

Study: Majority Of New HIV Cases In Philadelphia Already Have AIDS

Disturbing new numbers released by the Centers for Disease Control show that a majority of Philadelphia’s new HIV cases already have full blown AIDS at the time of diagnosis.


Kevin Burns, executive director of ActionAIDS. (Credit: Hadas Kuznits)

22nd Annual Dining Out For Life Is This Thursday

Dining Out For Life takes place this Thursday at participating restaurants.


(credit: Cherri Gregg, KYW Newsradio)

ActionAIDS Celebrates 25 Years Of Service

Pennsylvania’s largest AIDS service organization held a celebration at the Arts Ballroom on Saturday night to commemorate 25 years of helping Philadelphians fight the once deadly disease.


(Credit: Bar AIDS)

Coffee Shops And Bars Serve Up Awareness During 2nd Annual Bar AIDS

Four local HIV and AIDS service organizations host an all-day fundraiser today. All you have to do is buy a drink.


(Credit: Molly Daly)

Center City Church Marks 30 Years Serving Those Affected By AIDS

Thirty years after the first AIDS diagnosis, a Center City church remains committed to serving all its parishioners, including those living with AIDS.


Iron Chef and local restaurant owner, Jose Garces, will be participating in Dining Out for Life. (Photo provided by Dining Out for Life)

Restaurants Team Up To Fight HIV/AIDS This Thursday

This Thursday, over 200 restaurants will be participating in Dining Out for Life, benefiting thousands of people living with HIV and AIDS.


An exhibit in center city showed the impact of HIV on Philadelphia's population. (Credit: Karin Phillips)

Call To Let HIV Patients Donate Organs Gets Guarded Response

A new study suggests changing organ transplant laws so that donors infected with HIV could give their organs to patients with HIV. Local stakeholders view the recommendation with caution.