The F2F mission:

Empowering impoverished people to strengthen their communities and better their lives

Helping people in need by building stronger communities

The Face-to-Face AIDS Project (F2F) believes the best way to overcome HIV and poverty is to strengthen the ability of communities to care for their own. Working closely with village chiefs, local leaders, and neighborhood groups, F2F nurtures projects that offer long-lasting, self-sustaining support to vulnerable individuals and their communities in some of the poorest countries in the world.

Raising awareness and generating support

In the United States, F2F raises awareness of the global AIDS pandemic and its role in extreme poverty. Since 2004, F2F has traveled to schools, community groups, museums, and other venues to show the AIDS PhotoMosaics. These unique installations put individual faces on an epidemic of hard-to-fathom proportions, reminding us all of the people and stories behind the statistics.


 
 
 
 

Nov 4 – Dec 3, 2010

Malawi AIDS PhotoMosaics exhibition

 

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Nov 22, 2010

1:30–2:30pm

AIDS in NYC

Saint John's University

 

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Nov 28, 2010

5:00–8:00pm

F2F cocktail fundraising

party

 

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See a short video on who we are and what we do.

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Learn how a group of university students came together to build a school for the terrific Tilerane Orphan Care Center in Malawi.

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