The British Columbia Persons with AIDS Society (BCPWA) is dedicated to empowering persons living with HIV disease and AIDS through mutual support and collective action. BCPWA is Western Canada's largest AIDS organization with a membership of over 4000 individuals and groups.
An arresting landmark in British Columbia. It will serve as a monument to those lost to AIDS, as a tribute to the thousands of friends, family and caregivers who were a part of their lives, and as a compelling testament to the battle that still lies ahead.
Non-profit HIV/AIDS organization serving East and Southeast Asian communities. Committed to providing culturally appropriate and language specific support, outreach, advocacy and education on HIV/AIDS and related issues.
A volunteer driven, non-partisan Society that provides free, nutritious meals to people living with HIV/AIDS in the Greater Vancouver Area.
Events company that produces the annual Starry Night gala. A non profit exclusively raising funds for front line AIDS organizations that provide supplemental health care, food and shelter to persons living with HIV/AIDS.
AIDS care center affiliated with St. Pauls hospital.
Provides support to people confronting the daily challenges of living with life-threatening illness, as well as help for their families and caregivers.
Provides housing assistance for individuals with HIV/AIDS, and operates housing units in the West End.
Non-profit HIV/AIDS organization offering advice and support in Richmond, BC. Details on the Gilwest clinic, monthly calendar, support groups, local resources.
Member-driven network of more than 55 community-based organizations from across British Columbia and the Yukon Territory. Extensive listings of province-wide health resources.