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Until There's a Cure

Until There's A Cure, a national nonprofit foundation which supports awareness of HIV/AIDS and funds efforts to combat the pandemic. Complete background about our foundation is available at our website:

Until There’s A Cure: Funding Sources and Granting
Founded in 1993, the Foundation's expressed goal is to raise funds. What distinguishes this Foundation from others seeking to help those facing this disease is that the sole source of financing for this effort is The Bracelet a simple yet elegant symbol reminiscent of the POW/MIA bracelets worn during the 1960s and 1970s. The Bracelet is the key source for funding efforts in HIV/AIDS education, care services, and vaccine development and was created as the cornerstone for the Until There's A Cure Foundation.

Since its introduction in 1994, nearly a million bracelets have been sold! In answering the question, How much of our funds goes to the cause you can see from our publicly available 990 reports to the IRS that, historically, just under 90% of our funds have gone to AIDS-related programs, including our grants to HIV/AIDS organizations and our own AIDS awareness efforts. Please feel free to visit Charity Navigators web site to obtain a copy of our 990 :

For the current generation of young Americans, the Foundation supports innovative education programs to encourage safer behaviors. The Until There's A Cure Foundation supports programs that teach teens and young adults, through peer-to-peer education, about the dangers of HIV.

For those living with HIV/AIDS, the Foundation provides financial support for care and other services. Funds include grants to medical care providers, hospices, food delivery services, and social service agencies, building support in the community for people with AIDS, so that compassion and care are the norm rather than the exception.

For future generations, the Foundation advocates AIDS vaccine development. A vaccine is the best hope for reducing the transmission of this deadly virus.
Our dream is that no one else will become infected with HIV. For those who are HIV positive, we are dedicated on their behalf to educating all people about the virus and the overwhelming need for love and compassion in fighting this pandemic.

Until There’s A Cure: Public Service Advertisements
The iconic Until There’s A Cure Public Service Advertising campaign features celebrities from the entertainment industry and the sports world wearing The Bracelet. Actors and entertainers including Kevin Bacon, Jessica Alba, Susan Sarandon, Michelle Williams, Raheem, Gina Ravera and Alan Cumming have appeared for Until There’s A Cure, joining sports figures including Emeka Okafor, Bengie Molina, Kerri Walsh, Tracy McGrady, Carmelo Anthony, and Tony Hawk. Generously donating his talents to photograph the PSAs is Michael Collopy, an internationally respected portrait photographer.

Throughout his career, Michael Collopy has photographed world leaders and public figures. Mr. Collopy released the 1996 documentary book Works of Love Are Works of Peace with Mother Theresa, and in 2001 released Architects of Peace, an acclaimed collection of portraits of peacemakers from around the globe, including Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., former President Jimmy Carter, and the Dalai Lama.
Until There’s A Cure PSAs appear in Vogue, Elle, Esquire, Maxim, Men’s Health, The Week Seventeen, Arts and Understanding, Harpers Bazaar, People, Good Housekeeping Glamour, Oprah, US Weekly, US News and World Report, Real Simple, InStyle, Interview, and many other titles. All PSA space is graciously donated by the publications.

Help continue the fight to end HIV/AIDS with the fashion statement that started a movement.  Purchase a bracelet and wear it proudly…….Until there’s a cure




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