Change the narrative. Change a life. Support AIDS Action!

Each year, thousands of individuals gather from across the state to join in the annual AIDS Walk & Run Boston in support of AIDS Action and its mission to fight HIV/AIDS in Massachusetts. It is thanks to their activism and critical fundraising efforts that AIDS Action is able to deliver its diverse programs and services, year over year, to support at-risk populations within our communities. Without it, AAC’s life-saving work would not be possible

Now, as we look to the future, with an eye on 2020, the epidemic has evolved but is not yet finished. AIDS Action’s services are needed now more than ever to ensure we can reach our goals towards Zero HIV-related deaths, Zero new infections, and Zero Stigma by 2020!

Join us for the 2019 AIDS Walk & Run Boston to support AIDS Action in this mission.

Together, we can change the narrative. Together, we can change lives!


AAC’s legal services assist clients like Cherry to find housing.

Mia’s case manager worked with her to make a plan to get through the winter.

AAC’s legal services help protect HIV-positive individuals like Joey from discrimination.

The Youth on Fire program helps provide safe shelter, food and assistance to homeless youth like Jesse.

ACCESS is able to help clients navigate the process of recovery when they decide they are ready.

Noel promptly administered Narcan to the person in danger and stayed with them until further help arrived. The tools and knowledge she gained at Access helped Noel save a life that day.

After receiving a final negative blood test, and working out insurance and referral details with our providers, Marcus was reassured and finally able to get on PrEP and reduce the likelihood of future scares.

As a drop-in center with HIV/HCV/STI testing and health education and navigation, Access was able to offer Anthony a quick assessment and an HIV test.

Our prevention team has an outreach program through Snapchat as part of the Getting to Zero/Llegando a Cero campaign. Using that, Javier was able to find the HIV testing information he needed without making the trip to Boston, and was able to connect with someone who could communicate in the language he felt most comfortable using.