F2F Director Ken Wong reports on agricultural development in Malawi, and how our efforts to teach the community about fertilizer are making a huge difference in crop-yields: here, a Kang’oma woman shows off her crop of healthy maize, grown with compost fertilizer.Read More
Agricultural Lessons from Malawi
Siem Reap SCC*F2F Community Center's One-Year Anniversary!
January 17th, 2014 marked one year since the opening of the SCC*F2F Community Center in Siem Reap…and we celebrated! The Anniversary Event was a great success. We saw many dance performances by our very talented students, and the Center also showcased its organic farming program. Check out the newspaper post to read more!View Nespaper Post
Dollar-for-Dollar: will your employer match your donation?
Many employers now have matching donation programs for employees who give to charities such as F2F. So before making your next donation, see if yours is one such employer and make your contribution go even further!DONATE
F2F 2013 Gala a Great Success!
Thank you to all those who attended and supported this year's NYC Gala. We had a great night celebrating all the work we've done in 2013! A big congratulations to this year's honoree, Glenn Ricci.
We missed all those who could not attend, and we hope to see everyone again next year!
Enroll with Viridian and Support F2F All Year Long!
By enrolling in our residual fundraising program with Viridian, which aims to earn F2F more than $4,500 in the first year alone, you can help to boost our Cambodia Teachers Program without any extra cost to you!Learn More
About the Face-to-Face AIDS Project
Our MissionNurturing self-reliance and civic responsibility in people affected by extreme poverty and disease so they can develop the knowledge and confidence to initiate sustainable strategies that raise the quality of life for themselves and their communities.
Who We AreA US 501(c)3 nonprofit based in Brooklyn that implements programs from a field office in Malawi and through a close partnership in Cambodia with the highly acclaimed grassroots non-governmental organization, Salvation Centre Cambodia. Our office in Malawi operates as a Malawi-registered nonprofit.
A Different Approach to CharityThe Face-to-Face AIDS Project believes long-term change is possible if a community has the collective mindset and leadership structure to take ownership of its future. Rather than telling people what to do, we prefer to confront specific issues such as extreme poverty, famine, HIV, malaria, and other diseases, orphan care, or women’s rights by equipping the community with the tools to come up with solutions on their own.
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