Monthly Archives: November 2014

  • We’re constantly amazed by how generous our donors are at AIDS Services of Austin. Many of our programs wouldn’t run the way they do without the donations and support we receive. One specific example is the heart-warming donation one anonymous donor has made year after year. The last few Thanksgivings, there has been a generous […]

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  • Volunteers are a huge part of what keeps AIDS Services of Austin going. Their hard work and contributions to the community make a difference in the lives of our clients and have an impact on the community as a whole. So when 10 high school students from International Community High School Teen Health Council came […]

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  •   Many clients depend on ASA’s Helping Hands Food Bank to receive food they may not otherwise have access to. So when Urban Roots, a local farming and community outreach organization, began donating fresh produce to our Food Bank in 2011, we jumped at the opportunity to partner with them. Food Bank Manager Julie especially […]

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  • This post was written by ASA’s Foundations of Counseling and Testing Program Coordinator and the Vice-Chair of TENT (Transgender Education Network of Texas) Today, November 20, is Transgender Day of Remembrance and serves several purposes. It raises public awareness of hate crimes against transgender people, which are often under-reported in traditional media. Day of Remembrance […]

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  • There’s never a dull moment here at AIDS Services of Austin. Whether it’s the excitement in the Helping Hands Food Bank (actually, a record setting day!), planning our next big event, or going out into the community with our testing van, there’s always something going on. But today we had a very cute and interesting […]

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  • Just a few months after his 26th birthday, Brad was diagnosed with HIV. “The minute you get that positive test result, your world changes.” Knowing he needed to immediately take care of his health, Brad sought out help at several local agencies. However, instead of assistance, he was met with waiting lists. Patients like him […]

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