Philadelphia’s largest non-profit thrift store turns sales from yesterday’s treasures into dollars to support local organizations focused on HIV prevention and care.
Philadelphia, PA – Philly AIDS Thrift is pleased to award $300,035 this spring to 27 organizations and programs focused on HIV prevention and care, as well as support for people living with HIV/AIDS in the Delaware Valley. Philadelphia’s largest thrift store and non-profit organization has turned yesterday’s treasures into $3,691,813 over the organization’s 16 years to support Philadelphia regional organizations on the frontline of the HIV/AIDS crisis. This support is more important than ever as non-profits throughout Philadelphia and across the country have been challenged financially during the continued global pandemic. The annual grant program by Philly AIDS Thrift started back in 2014 as another way to serve the community, and it has continued even during the COVID crisis. The next request for grant proposals will take place towards the end of 2022. For more information about grant awards, donations or how to get involved, please visit www.phillyaidsthrift.com or call 215-922-3186.
Grant Recipients:Action Wellness
AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania
AIM Angels In Motion
Attic Youth Center
Bebashi -Transition to Hope
Black and Latinx Community Control
Camp Dreamcatcher, Inc.
Comite de Apoyo a los Trabajadores Agricolas – CATA
Drexel University – Camp Bright Feathers
Drexel University – Dorothy Mann Center
Family Service of Chester County
LGBT Elder Initiative
Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (MANNA)
RHD Morris Home
Neighborhoods United Against Drugs / Urban Affairs Coalition
One Day At A Time/Urban Affairs Coalition
Planned Parenthood Keystone
Prevention Meets Fashion Inc
Prevention Point Philadelphia
William Way LGBT Community Center
The next round of funding for grants will open at the end of 2022 for the grant awards.