Turning The Dial
We continue our commitment to safely provide essential services to people living with HIV/AIDS.
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Life, Not Just Survival
“The Aliveness Project is a place where seeds of hope are planted. It took me 9.5 years as a member to grasp that concept….now I am ready to start bearing fruit.”
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We have an active, large family of supporters at The Aliveness Project. Many of our supporters do some or all of the following:
- Raise funds through Dining Out For Life and other events
- Volunteer at our community center
- Raise awareness about HIV/AIDS
- Advocate at the local, state, and national level
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Newsletter & Updates
It’s hard to believe the season is about to change again! As these last days of summer approach, we are already thinking carefully about what Fall and 2018 will bring. This has been a year of many gifts -new people, new donors, new members and new staff – and of course our amazing and solid…Read More
Starting Thursday, August 11, Aliveness members can pick up a FREE Minnesota State Fair pass that is good for any day. One pass per member, first come-first served, in-person only (sorry, no phone reservations).
The Red Ribbon Ride is a fully supported, 2 day, 150+ mile bike ride through the wilderness of Minnesota benefiting three HIV/AIDS service organizations in Minnesota: the Aliveness Project, One Heartland, and Rural AIDS Action Network. Whether you are first time rider, experienced veteran, looking for a physical challenge, want to experience the beauty of Minnesota on a bicycle or have a connection to the cause, the Red Ribbon Ride is for you.
The Aliveness Project Food Shelf is open for members by appointment Monday-Friday 9-4:30. Members can use the Food Shelf once each calendar month.
The Aliveness Project is open 9 am – 4 pm Monday-Friday. Members are warmly welcomed to hang out and socialize as well as access services. Members of the public are welcome to donate, volunteer, and access HIV testing and PrEP.
Paul Nemeth from the Red Door Clinic will table in the dining room at Aliveness over Friday lunch to answer questions about Monkeypox, screen people for vaccination, and make appointments for people at Red Door.
Aliveness members are welcome to enjoy a hot lunch onsite Monday-Friday from 12 – 2 pm, no appointment needed. Members may bring a guest to eat for free up to 4 times a month and members’ children under 13 eat for free.