After much thought and deliberation, we have decided to end the AIDS Walk. Over the past year, we have solicited input from volunteers, staff, board members, donors, and sponsors. We have crunched numbers and reviewed data. We’ve asked tough questions and challenged ourselves to look through new lenses.… Read more →
On behalf of PCAF’s Board of Directors, I am very pleased to announce that Erick Seelbach has accepted our offer to become the next Executive Director of PCAF. Erick’s first day on the job will be Thursday, June 16.
Erick brings a wealth of knowledge about HIV/AIDS and is very well respected in our community. … Read more →
End AIDS Washington is a collaboration of community-based organizations (including PCAF), government agencies and educational and research institutions working together to reduce new infections in Washington by 50% over the next five years.
Over the past year, people across Washington State have completed surveys and participated in town halls and community conversations to make recommendations about how to end AIDS.… Read more →
“It is a consequence of the countless small acts of courage of millions of people across decades who stood up, who came out, talked to parents, parents who loved their children no matter what, folks who were willing to endure bullying and taunts, and stayed strong, and came to believe in themselves and who they were.… Read more →
PCAF understands the tragic shooting at the Emanuel AME church in Charleston as an act of terror against all African Americans. We call for the taking down of the Confederate Flag from the grounds of the Statehouse and removing the Confederate Flag from all government properties in the U.S.… Read more →
Featured Volunteer Opportunity: Front Desk Volunteer
Are you looking for a meaningful way give back to your community? Do you have strong office and customer service skills or are looking to gain some new skills? Are you excited to be part of a progressive, sex-positive, LGBTQ friendly organization?… Read more →