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GMHC Has Been Helping People Living with HIV for 40 Years

The Gay Men’s Health Crisis has survived since the first days of the HIV epidemic — and is still caring for those who have survived along with it.

GMHC's Fall Gala Raises Over $600K

New York City’s Plaza Hotel hosted the benefit which raised funds for those living with and affected by HIV.

GMHC to Partner with Acria to End HIV Epidemic

The new partnership will increase research-based programs, and add technical, and training capacity to a create a nationally focused organization.

GMHC Founders Day Walk

GMHC hosted a commemorative walk from its headquarters to the NYC AIDS Memorial.  The walk was in remembrance of the first meeting of GMHC’s six founders and their supporters.

AIDS Walk New York Raises $4.88 Million

This year's 30th annual AIDS Walk New York raised millions for GMHC and other HIV-related service providers.

GMHC Honors Founder it Once Ousted, Larry Kramer

Kelsey Louie, the new CEO of Gay Men’s Health Crisis, says an event honoring the organization’s ousted founder, Larry Kramer, marks an important turning point in the fight against HIV.

Thirty Years and Still Going Strong: GMHC's New Vision

Just in time for the movie about its formation to hit screens, Mark Ruffalo's The Normal Heart, supporters of the organization say it's more relevant than ever thanks in large part to some whopping grants and expanded programs reaching people of color.


Fighting HIV in the Ballrooms of New York

A new grant will help GMHC use social media to reach New York's rich house and ball community.