2021 Benefiting Agencies

AIDS Foundation Houston's Benefiting Agency program continues to foster collaborative efforts with HIV/AIDS service and education providers throughout the Greater Houston area in order to make the Walk '21 a financially successful event for all participants.

To become a Benefiting Agency, you must be a registered 501(c)3 non-profit agency working within the Greater Houston Area and whose programming includes HIV/AIDS-related programs. 

To apply to become a Benefiting Agency for the 2021 Walk to End HIV, click here

Fundraise for our 2021 Benefiting Agencies

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Baylor Teen Health Clinic

The Teen Health Clinic currently provides pregnancy testing, family planning, sexually transmitted diseases (STD) and HIV/AIDS education and screening, primary healthcare, and case management services to teens, their partners, and children in Harris County. 

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Houston Harm

Reduction Alliance

We advance harm reduction policies, practices, and programs that address the adverse effects of substance use, including overdose prevention, the spread of blood-borne disease, treatment needs, and legislation.

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Resurrection Metropolitan

 Community Church

Our mission is to demonstrate God’s unconditional love to all people through Christ-like action. Resurrection MCC is open to everyone. We share the love of God with all people just as they are.

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Change Happens

Change Happens!, formerly known as Families Under Urban & Social Attack, is a nonprofit that transforms the lives of families and children in high-risk communities of the Gulf Coast Region 6. We provide a variety of programs that reflect our mission to empower people to help themselves.

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Lazarus House

Serving the Houston community of adults and adolescents faced with chronic illness/condition since 2002, Lazarus House provides an opportunity to pursue Wellness in a unique, safe, and comfortable setting.

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Thomas Street

Health Center

Harris Health System's Thomas Street Health Center is a freestanding HIV/AIDS clinic, which provides medical care and psychological and social services to those who have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.

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FLAS, Inc.

FLAS, Inc. is committed to enhancing behavioral health and wellness services for the Latino community. Since its inception in 1994, FLAS has provided education, HIV/STD counseling & testing, and treatment referrals for Latinos affected by HIV/AIDS.

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Pride Houston

For more than 40 years, Pride Houston has been a central part of the local LGBT community in Houston, with a core mission to strengthen equality and increase awareness around issues important to our community such as health, safety, and marriage equality.

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The T.R.U.T.H. Project, Inc.

The T.R.U.T.H. Project educates and mobilizes LGBTQ communities of color and their allies through social arts that promote mental, emotional, and sexual health. ​​The T.R.U.T.H. Project’s vision is a world where LGBTQ communities live their lives free of stigma.