2019 – 2020 Recipients

School Health Clinic

Project Title: Enhanced HIV/STD Services
Description: The goal of this project is to continue building organizational infrastructure that improves access and quality of care for HIV/STD services among low income, underserved adolescents and adults in Santa Clara County. This will be accomplished through enhanced staffing, staff training to improve HIV/STD diagnosis, treatment and support, and the adoption of three-site STD-testing.
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Project MORE

Project Title: World AIDS DAY 2019
Description: Achieve three (3) goals during fiscal year 2019:

  • Successfully execute a well attended WAD Kick-Off event for health care providers and non-clinical organizations with a keynote speaker, WAD swag, and refreshments.
  • Successfully execute a well attended National AIDS Memorial Quilt display supported by educational vignettes, still and video testimonials, and resource tables.
  • Successfully execute a well attended AIDS Remembrance Ceremony with a community inspired program of survivors, family testimonials, and care staff, and a candlelight vigil.

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Silicon Valley Gay Mens Chorus

Project Title: SVGMC HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaign
Description: The Silicon Valley Gay Men’s Chorus requests the financial support of Getting to Zero Silicon Valley Santa Clara County to help increase the knowledge, awareness, and use of PrEP and PEP. SVGMC will achieve this goal by hosting a series of membership events during the rehearsal process of its upcoming 2019-2020 concert season that will facilitate and foster healthy communication and will empower its singing members to get tested and know their HIV/AIDS serostatus.
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Caminar (LGBTQ Youth Space)

Project Title: GTZ Youth Awareness Education Project
Project Title: The primary goal of the GTZ Youth Awareness Project will be to increase awareness about STD and HIV testing guidelines and resources and prevention resources among high risk populations, LGBTQ youth and young adults, in order to advance the Getting to Zero aim: “Zero New HIV Infections, Zero Deaths related to HIV/AIDS, and Zero HIV/AIDS Stigma andDiscrimination in Santa Clara County.”
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African American Health Institute (ACHI)

Project Title: Education and Awareness Project: Building a Partnership for HIV/AIDS Intervention and Prevention
Description: By providing a continuum of culturally-oriented outreach, education, training, access to clinical services and support systems, this project will reduce the number of HIV cases within the African American and African immigrants and refugees.
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