Be Your Authentic Self
Life, Not Just Survival
A Safe Place of Support
"Aliveness has been a support in healthcare, both mental and physical and has given me a place to join a community and further my leadership skills.
My life is healthier, less scary, and highly empowered because of The Aliveness Project."
A Community of Friends
"I volunteer to honor my friend Marc, who died 20 years ago from complications related to AIDS. Volunteering has given me a community and I was welcomed from the very beginning.
Volunteering at Aliveness also pushes me to learn more about the issues that people living with HIV face, like addiction, mental health, and housing."
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Support or Volunteer
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
Newsletter & Updates
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…Read More
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…Read More
Members, stop by Aliveness between August 15 and 21 to pick up a free pass good for any day at the Minnesota State Fair! Passes must be picked up in person first come, first served (no phone reservations).
The Red Ribbon Ride, a charity bike ride to Duluth to fundraise for Aliveness and other local HIV organizations, will take place Friday, August 16 – Sunday, August 18. To donate, volunteer, or ride, visit http://www.redribbonride.org/site/TR?fr_id=1220&pg=entry.
The Aliveness Project is CLOSED for all services on Sundays.
Crystal Balls presents: “Duets Thru Decades,” her annual 25th birthday celebration! Songs from the 1960s through 2010s on Sunday, August 18 at The Saloon. Doors open at 5 pm and the show starts at 6 pm. $5 cover, $20 drink specials from 5:30-8:30 pm. Prize drawings and silent auction!
Meals are free for members, no reservation required. Each meal features a nutritious entrée, salad bar, soup, beverages and dessert. Children under 12 may eat free when accompanied by a parent who is a member.
Tim from Community: A Walgreens Pharmacy will be available in the dining room over lunch the 3rd Wednesday of every month from 12-1 pm for questions about medications or pharmacies.