The work we’re doing at the Women’s HIV Program (WHP) at UCSF is more vital than ever before.
Women now account for approximately 1 in 3 HIV infections nationally. Despite HIV being a preventable and treatable illness, it remains a leading cause of death for women and girls, between the ages of 15 and 54, especially for women of color.
Our work can only continue with support from community members and we ask that you give today. Please help support our commitment to caring for HIV+ women and families in the Bay Area and around the world.
WAYS TO GIVE
If you’d like to make a donation online, please click the “Donate online” button below for a self-guided form. You will be directed to UCSF’s safe, donation website.
If you’d like to give by check, please send checks made payable to: UCSF Foundation (with “Women’s HIV Program at UCSF” in the memo line) to:
Women’s HIV Program at UCSF
University of California, San Francisco
UCSF Box 0378
350 Parnassus Ave. Suite 908
San Francisco, CA 94143-0378
Tax ID: 94-3281657
Employee Matching Gifts Program
You or your spouse may work for a company with an employee matching gift program, please ask your personnel department’s representative for the proper form so that you may increase the value of your gift to UCSF – perhaps even doubling it. If you or your HR Department have any questions, please contact the UCSF Gift Administration Office at 415-376-3952.
Checks should be made out to the UCSF Foundation – Women’s HIV Program.
Please have your HR Department send the form with your
P.O. Box 45339
San Francisco, CA 94145-0339
Volunteer with WHP
University of California San Francisco holds three trainings for volunteers each year. Please contact WHP if you would like to get involved. We currently have a volunteer position available for a Wednesday morning shift.
We’d be happy to speak with you regarding donations, or any other questions you might have about our program.
Please call Carolyn Kraus, our Program Coordinator at:
Thank you for supporting our commitment to women and families affected with HIV.