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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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Get Your “I Ate” Sticker this Thursday!

The Aliveness Project’s largest fundraiser – Dining Out For Life – is coming up on Thursday, April 26! Here’s how you can participate: Dine Out! Just by dining at one of our 140+ restaurant partners, a percentage of your bill will support The Aliveness Project. Every restaurant has agreed to donate a minimum of 20%.…

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March is Minnesota FoodShare Month

The Aliveness Project Food Shelf is excited to be participating in Minnesota FoodShare‘s March Campaign again this year. Minnesota FoodShare is a program of Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches (GMCC) that aims to address poverty and food insecurity through involving thousands of Minnesotans in advocacy, education, and awareness efforts. Every year, people come together to…

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Minneapolis City Council Puts Ending HIV on the Fast-Track

Aliveness joined our friends at Minnesota AIDS Project as Mayor Jacob Frey signed a resolution that puts Minneapolis on the fast track to end the HIV epidemic. The goals are 90% of PLHIV know their status, are on antiretroviral therapy, and achieve viral suppression, and the elimination of HIV stigma and discrimination. Minneapolis is one…

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Food Shelf Reaches July Goal!

A BIG thank you to everyone who donated to The Aliveness Project Food Shelf in July! Thanks to your support, we were able to raise $5,282 and $5,000 will be matched by Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless. It truly took a community to help us surpass our goal. We’re grateful for: A…

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