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Four fabulous new board members bring excitement and experience to Aliveness Board.

The Aliveness Project welcomes four newly elected board members to its Board of Directors. Each new board member brings passion, personal commitment, and professional expertise to Aliveness. Each board member was interviewed and elected by the Membership Advisory Committee (MAC). Learn more about each new board member:   Andy Birkey currently serves as Director of Research and Communications…

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Holiday Gift Program 2019

Help spread holiday cheer with The Aliveness Project during the annual Holiday Gift Program.  This year, the Aliveness tradition will feature: games, entertainment, winter wear items give-away, homemade cookies, stockings, poinsettias for members to take home, and a delicious holiday meal.  Gifts will be mailed or delivered to members with mobility impairment or other medical…

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Register for Red Undie Run!

Please join us for our first annual Red Undie Run. The event is in commemoration of World AIDS Day on December 1st. Please arrive on the Mill Ruins (downtown) side of Stone Arch Bridge by 3:15 p.m. and be ready to strip down to your Red Undies to strip away stigma about HIV/AIDS. Registration is…

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Become an Aliveness Board Director Today!

Do you want to make a difference in helping people living with HIV in Minnesota lead healthy self directed lives? Did we hear you say yes? Well, we have the perfect opportunity for you on our Board of Directors. The Aliveness Project is seeking candidates for board membership. If you are interested please fill out…

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Welcome Matt Toburen, Our New Executive Director

The Aliveness Project is pleased to welcome Matt Toburen as its new Executive Director. Matt is an experienced leader with a background in non-profit, government, and political campaigns. He brings over 10 years of experience in non-profit management, including: strategic vision and planning skills, program and financial management, fundraising, public relations, community collaboration, collaboration with…

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Meet & Greet with Executive Director Candidates

Thank you all for your continued support of Aliveness as we get closer to the finish line in our journey to secure an Executive Director. The help of members, staff, volunteers, donors, and the amazing talent of kpCompanies has truly paid off. Our search ended with 42 total resumes received, 26 potential candidates, and 23 applicants interviewed…

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Minnesota Lynx Volunteer At Aliveness

The Lynx volunteered at The Aliveness Project for the Holiday Gift Program last Wednesday and made a video about their experience. Thank you to everyone who made the 29th year of the Holiday Gift Program special for our members!

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Holiday Gift Program 2018

Help spread holiday cheer with The Aliveness Project during the annual Holiday Giveaway & Party.  This year, the Aliveness tradition will feature: games, entertainment, winter accessories give-away, homemade cookies, stockings, poinsettias for members to take home, and a delicious holiday meal.  Gifts will be mailed or delivered to members with mobility impairment or other medical…

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Help Find Our Next Executive Director!

The Aliveness Project has contracted with kpCompanies, an executive search firm, to help us find our next Executive Director! The Executive Director is an experienced and innovative leader who has a finger on the pulse of industry working closely with community leaders, The Aliveness Project Board of Directors, and staff. Insuring provision of high quality…

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Executive Director Amy Moser Announces Resignation

Friends of The Aliveness Project, Today we thank Amy Moser for her service to The Aliveness Project and PLHIV community as she announces her decision to step down as Executive Director. Amy’s relentless commitment to collaboration, strategic thinking, smart business decisions and the health and well-being of our membership and the HIV service sector rejuvenated…

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