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The face of HIV/AIDS has changed, but the needs of the people who are impacted by the disease have not. We are constantly combating the notion that HIV/AIDS is no longer a threat to our nation or community – People have begun to “tune out”. Please join Project New Hope in improving the lives of those in our community living with this disease! More than 54,000 women, men and children in Los Angeles are trying to cope each and every day living their lives with HIV/AIDS. A significant number have been homeless most of their lives, or have used their entire savings to live with this disease and have been living on the streets.

Project New Hope (PNH) promotes opportunity, self-sufficiency and dignity for low-income and homeless people, focused primarily on those living with HIV/AIDS and other disabilities. Through collaboration, Project New Hope develops supportive, affordable housing and provides comprehensive vocational services and opportunities.

PNH is dedicated to providing permanent affordable housing and computer training to individuals with HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles. Our services assist people with HIV/AIDS who also face the challenges of homelessness, and mental illness. PNH remains the largest operator of housing for people living with AIDS in Los Angeles County and the only AIDS service organization that provides a full continuum of care and employment training in the State of California.

We also accept one-time donations, memorial donations, donations in honor of an individual or group and recurring donations - both by mail and online.

For stock donations, wire transfers, corporate matching donations, planned giving and any other questions, please contact:

Brigitte Tweddell
Executive Director
Project New Hope
601 East Glenoaks Blvd., Suite 100, Glendale, CA 91207
(818) 546-8929

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