Apr 10, 2015
Over 500 children die from AIDS every day because they lack access to the treatments necessary to keep them alive and thriving. Read More
Women wait to receive reproductive child health services at a Tanzanian health facility. Over 20 million pregnant women have accessed PMTCT services through programs supported by EGPAF globally.
(Photo Credit: EGPAF/James Pursey)
As we think back to the work Elizabeth Glaser started 25 years ago, there is much to applaud. We have seen a 95 percent reduction in new AIDS cases in the U.S., and a 50 percent reduction in new infections in children around the world. The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) has been a major contributor to this achievement, and just recently celebrated having reached more than 20 million pregnant women with HIV services to prevent transmission to their babies. This accomplishment marks a significant milestone for EGPAF and the worldwide effort to end AIDS in children. On behalf of all of us at EGPAF, I want to thank you for being a part of this remarkable progress. We deeply appreciate your generosity and are grateful to count you among EGPAF's most significant and influential supporters.
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As of Dec. 24, 2014, we have collected $235,000, which represents 59% of our total quota of $401,879 for 2014.
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Dec 24, 2014
As you celebrate the holidays with friends and family this season, please know that the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation is grateful for your on-going leadership and looks forward to continuing to tackle these issues together in 2015—untll no child has AIDS. Read More
Dec 9, 2014
What started more than 25 years ago around my family’s kitchen table in Santa Monica, CA has spread across the world delivering the gift of life to so many women, children, and families infected and impacted by HIV/AIDS. This, my first time visiting Kenya with EGPAF, was an opportunity I’d been looking forward to for a long time. Read More
Aug 12, 2014
Read the statement from the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation regarding the launch of the Accelerating Children's HIV/AIDS Treatment Initiative (ACT). Read More