At Gilead, we understand that it’s going to take a combination of both science and social change to help end the HIV epidemic for everyone, everywhere. It’s only by collaborating with advocates and organizations across the country that we can reach this collective goal. Together we’re working tirelessly to improve health equity and bring awareness to the HIV epidemic. These organizations are recipients of Gilead grant funding.
Gilead Sciences is proud to support Arianna’s Center, an advocacy organization deeply rooted in the Latinx transgender community that is committed to providing more equitable access to necessary HIV resources and supporting the unique needs of trans people in South Florida and Puerto Rico.
The AIDS Memorial Quilt honors the history of HIV/AIDS in the US and the lives of all those we lost to AIDS. The quilt features up to 50,000 panels stitched together by friends and families to honor their loved ones and inspire the next generation in their fight against HIV today. Gilead is proud to support the AIDS Memorial Quilt, as a powerful tool for remembrance, healing, education and action.
Gilead is collaborating with nonprofit organization My Brother’s Keeper to help advance HIV prevention strategies and reduce health disparities for disproportionately impacted communities in Mississippi.
Gilead is honored to support Abounding Prosperity to address existing health, social and economic disparities in HIV among Black gay and bisexual men, cisgender and transgender women, and their families in Dallas, Texas.