Celebrating 30 years of courage, compassion and resilience
Click here to participate in PCAF’s 30th Anniversary Fundraising Campaign!
Thirty years ago, PCAF opened its doors to those in our community who were the first to be impacted by HIV and the AIDS epidemic. Our doors and our hearts have been open ever since, positively impacting thousands of people who are our friends, family members, and colleagues.… Read more →
“Swaziland, a tiny African nation, has the world’s highest rate of HIV at 28.8% of the population. If gay and bisexual African-American men made up a country, its rate would surpass that of this impoverished African nation — and all other nations.” To learn more, read the full New York Times article by clicking on the link below.
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We all breathed a sigh of relief as the Governor signed the new State budget late Friday night. And though we are happy to get back to taking care of our clients and communities, we are also taking a look at how we responded to the circumstances.… Read more →
PCAF is a proud, long-time producing partner of the Tacoma Pride Festival. This year the festival kicks off on Friday, July 7th. With events happening all week long, you won’t want to miss it. We hope to see you there!
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30 Stories to Celebrate PCAF’s 30 Years!
2017 is PCAF’s 30th Anniversary Year and to mark how far we’ve come, we’re collecting 30 stories to share from our community. If you’re a client, volunteer, donor, community partner, or connected with us in any way then we’d love to hear from you.… Read more →
Join us for a happy-hour hangout at The Brotherhood Lounge (119 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501)
On Thursday, August 10th we’ll be taking over the space and raising money to support important HIV programs and services. Stop by between 3pm-7pm to enjoy happy hour specials and 50% of your bill will be donated to PCAF.… Read more →
Join Hornet’s Alex Garner, PCAF, the Rainbow Center, and The Mix for a sex-positive, affirming conversation about what sex without condoms means to the LGBTQ community.
The evening will explore the stigma associated with condomless sex and combat the negative consequences of such stigma, including the criminalization of HIV.… Read more →