REAL BAD has donated nearly $1.7 million to our beneficiaries.
The following are our 2013 non-profit community partners.
Asian & Paciﬁc Islander Wellness Center
Asian & Paciﬁc Islander Wellness Center is a health services, education, research and policy organization dedicated to educating, supporting, empowering and advocating for Asian and Paciﬁc Islander (A&PI) communities-particularly A&PIs living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS. With a staff ﬂuent in 20 languages, the agency has delivered programs locally, regionally, statewide and nationally for over two decades.
Bay Area Young Positives
Bay Area Young Positives (BAY Positives) was created 20 years ago as the ﬁrst peer-basedorganization for HIV positive youth. BAY Positives mission is to help young people, ages 14 to 26, living with HIV/AIDS live longer, happier, healthier, more productive and quality-ﬁlled lives. BAY Positives aim to build community, empower, and mentor HIV positive youth to be healthy productive adults.
Alliance Health Project (AHP)
The UCSF Alliance Health Project (AHP) creates sustainable results and measurable change for diverse LGBT populations in San Francisco by bringing the skills and expertise of one of the nation's leading health sciences universities to an LGBTQ community‐based clinic and by collecting and analyzing a variety of data relevant to our varying programs.
GLBT Historical Society
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Transgender Historical Society collects, preserves, and interprets the history of GLBT people and the communities that support them. Founded in 1985, the society is recognized internationally as a leader in the field of GLBT public history.
AIDS Emergency Fund (AEF)
Since 2006, AIDS Emergency Fund has maintained a privately funded pool of resources (approximately $150,000 per year) that allows us to intervene with flexible financial resources to prevent homelessness and add stability to the lives of our clients disabled by HIV/AIDS. These funds are in addition to, separate from, and larger than the standard grant amounts. This Eviction Prevention and Housing Stabilization Fund was specifically designed to intervene with financial assistance at critical moments when clients are facing imminent eviction (3-day notices) or have a one-time opportunity to move into safe, affordable, permanent subsidized housing.