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Upcoming Events

09/15/12 Paloma Volare for Grand Duchess
10/07/12 Castro Street Fair

More info in Upcoming Events

Donate to NAAP

Help NAAP build and sustain the wellness of the San Francisco Bay Area Native American community. Please donate today.

Join Our Mailing List

This Mailing List is for general announcements from Native American AIDS Project, we have just begun quarterly e-newsletters and look forward to regularly updating you about our programs and upcoming events.
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NAAP Calendar

04.29.2014 11:30AM - 01:30PM
Men's Drum Group

04.30.2014 12:00PM - 02:00PM
Transgender Talking Circle

05.06.2014 11:30AM - 01:30PM
Men's Drum Group

05.07.2014 12:00PM - 02:00PM
Transgender Talking Circle

05.08.2014 06:00PM - 08:00PM
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Support Our Work

Native American AIDS Project has served the San Francisco Bay Area Native American community for over fourteen years and continues to work to provide services, community space and support to Native Americans most in need. To continue our mission we need your participation. There are a number of ways you can support Native American AIDS Project.

One Time Tax-Deductible Donation
Be a Monthly Sustainer
Wish List Donation
Donate Your Time
Donate Old Clothes
Lucky's S.H.A.R.E.S.
Attend a Prevention Meeting

 

One Time Tax-Deductible Donation

Give a one-time, tax-deductible donation through Network for Good. It's Quick, Easy and Supports our goal to provide compassionate and culturally appropriate services to our clients.

Be a Monthly Sustainer

Monthly giving allows us to spend more time planning programs and less time fundraising. Your regularly scheduled contributions will provide us with the steady, reliable support we so urgently need to fight for improved health in the Native American community.

Wish List Donation

In efforts to meet the needs of our community, we are requesting donated goods that would help us to strengthen our services and programming. The NAAP wish list is organized into sections, which link to the actual lists and the listings range from traditional medicines to office equipment. If you wish to donate items to Native American AIDS Project, please contact us for appropriate drop-off/pick-up scheduling at (415) 431-6227. We appreciate your consideration of the need for additional materials during the current economic recession. Please see our full Wish List.

Donate Your Time

Volunteer with Native American AIDS Project. You can make a difference by becoming a volunteer health outreach worker at pow wows, help out with administrative work in-house or just by cooking a meal. For more information check our Volunteer Program or fill out our Volunteer Registration Form.

Donate Old Clothes

Have some old clothes you want to give away or other items collecting dust sitting around the house? Then donate those items to Community Thrift in Native American AIDS Project's name and we will receive 100% of the proceeds! Community Thrift is located between 17th and 18th on Valencia at 623 Valencia St. San Francisco, CA 94110 (415)961-4910.



 

Lucky's S.H.A.R.E.S.

Also, use your Lucky's S.H.A.R.E.S. card at any of these participating stores: Save Mart Supermarkets, Food Max, Smart Foods, and Lucky. Native American AIDS Project will receive 3% of the proceeds of every purchase you make! Just swipe your card before you pay at the checkout and Lucky's will automatically donate 3% of your total purchase to NAAP. Pick up your card today at NAAP, located at 1540 Market St. Ste 130. Contact us at (415)431-6227.

Attend a Prevention Meeting

Come to an HIV Prevention Planning Council (HPPC) Meeting in San Francisco.  Your input as a community member is always welcomed and appreciated. HPPC meetings are held monthly on the second Thursday of the month from 3-6PM at various San Francisco locations. Contact Betty Chan Lew at (415)554-9492 for meeting locations.

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