PCAF Art Gallery celebrates National Latinx HIV and AIDS Awareness with the colorful art of Eileen Jimenez during the months of October and November, 2019. A celebrated queer indigenous artist, Eileen creates art from the soul.… Read more →
Since 1987, PCAF (Pierce County AIDS Foundation) has stood on the front lines fighting HIV/AIDS, combating the persistent stigma carried by the disease, and bringing compassion and equity to a community deeply affected by the epidemic. Today, our organization is ready to put a stop to new infections and end the epidemic. We are looking for others to join us.
There is currently a proposal before the Pierce County Council to preemptively ban Safe Consumption Sites, a proposal that goes against the long history of harm reduction in our county and that cuts us off from even the possibility of using a public health intervention to address the opiate crisis that has been proven effective in Europe and Canada.… Read more →
Creating beauty and exploring personal and collective themes of identity, commentary, narrative, and transformation through art.
What to do when hit hard by a second pandemic, equally loaded with stigma, discrimination, bias, and disparity? Some might suggest digging deep into resilience or taking to the streets with public outcry.… Read more →
With the end of my first month at PCAF, I feel called to say thank you – thank you to PCAF’s Board of Directors for putting their faith and trust in me and to PCAF’s staff and community for the very warm welcome. I look forward to getting to know Tacoma.… Read more →