FREE HEALTH SCREENINGS, BLOOD PRESSURE, HIV TESTING, DENTAL CHECK UP AND A HOST OF OTHER RESOURCES
This is a free event designed to encourage black communities to develop an awareness and urgency to protect their health.
EVERGREEN STATE COLLEGE (Tacoma Campus)
1210 6TH AVE.… Read more →
Shop at Whole Foods Market (University Place store on Bridgeport Way) on Thursday, January 10th and 5% of the store’s net sales will be donated to support PCAF’s Nutritional Food Program.
While you shop, stop by the info table for some tasty treats and to learn more about PCAF’s programs and services.… Read more →
This year marks the 30th annual commemoration of World AIDS Day. In the early days of the epidemic, the vast number of people affected by HIV did not think about long-term survivorship. With your help, PCAF now serves many long-term survivors, a number of whom were told they would not live for more than a year.… Read more →
Join PCAF this season to help make the holidays a happy time for Olympia area clients and their family. We’ve gathered the wish list of our clients’ children and have an Amazon gift registry set up.
Remember those we lost.
Hope for a future without HIV.
Act to end AIDS.
World AIDS Day is an international day of remembrance established in 1988 by UNAIDS to increase awareness, fight prejudice, and improve education about HIV and AIDS.
November 30 6PM
Harbor House at Percival Landing / 325 Columbia St NW / Olympia
December 01 6PM
Washington State History Museum / 1911 Pacific Ave / Tacoma
MetMeds Pharmacy metmeds.com
Pride Foundation pridefoundation.org
Tacoma Rainbow Center rainbowcntr.org
Capital City Pride / MPowerment Washington / Oasis Youth Center / Rainbow Health Center / Tacoma Older LGBT… Read more →
PCAF GALLERY EXHIBITION
10.23.18 – 12.13.18 Retrospective exhibition of the Dead Feminists series, a collaboration between Chandler O’Leary and Jessica Spring. Letterpress broadsides from the series will be on display and for sale. A portion of mini-print sales will be donated to support HIV services in our community.… Read more →