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|About||The National AIDS Memorial Grove is a living tribute to all whose lives have been touched by AIDS. Our Website: http://www.aidsmemorial.org|
The National AIDS Memorial Grove, located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, is a dedicated space in the national landscape where millions of Americans touched directly or indirectly by AIDS can gather to heal, hope, and remember. For all the promising prospects on the horizon, AIDS continues to invade our lives, violate our past, and rob us of our comfortable assumptions about the future. The sacred ground of this living memorial honors all who have confronted this tragic pandemic both those who have died and those who have shared their struggle, kept the vigils, and supported each other during the final hours.
The National AIDS Memorial Grove signifies that the global tragedy of AIDS will never be forgotten.
Volunteers are an indispensable part of the Grove. From participating in one of our regular monthly Volunteer Days, to working individually as a volunteer gardener on your own schedule, to assisting with special events or helping out around the office, there are many opportunities for involvement. With minimal paid staff, we depend on volunteers to help care for the Grove itself and keep the organization running smoothly.
Get involved - individually, with your family, or as a group!
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Phone: (415) 765-0497 Email: email@example.com