Stop AIDS Project

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Stop AIDS Project
Non-profit organization
Founded 1985, San Francisco
Headquarters 2128 15th Street, San Francisco, CA 94114
Number of employees
20+ Staff, 300+ volunteers
Website www.StopAIDS.org

Stop AIDS Project (SAP) is a United States non-profit organization established in 1985 that works to prevent HIV transmission among all gay, bisexual, and trans men in San Francisco, California, through multicultural, community-based organizing.[1] Internationally recognized as a successful model of grassroots prevention and support, SAP brings diverse gay, bisexual, and trans men together to talk about the challenges and issues posed by Human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) through neighborhood outreach, workshops and community forums.

Their work extends beyond education—helping change behavior, create personal commitment to safer sex, build community support for each individual, with the mission statement: HIV transmission can be prevented.

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The mission of STOP AIDS Project is to prevent HIV transmission among all gay, bisexual and transgender men in San Francisco through collaborative and multicultural, community- based organizing.

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