GREATER THAN AIDS is a leading public information response to the U.S. domestic epidemic. Launched in 2009, it is supported by a broad coalition of public and private sector partners, including media and other corporate allies, Federal, state and local health agencies, national leadership groups, AIDS service and community organizations.

Through targeted campaigns and community outreach, Greater Than AIDS and its partners work to increase knowledge, confront stigma, and promote actions to prevent the spread of the diseases. While national in scope, Greater Than AIDS focuses on reaching communities and people most affected.

Emphasizing hope, unity and personal empowerment, Greater Than AIDS reinforces what is possible when people come together to achieve a greater goal—the end of AIDS.

The Kaiser Family Foundation—a leader in health policy and communications– provides strategic direction and oversight, as well as produces the media campaigns. The Black AIDS Institute—a think tank focused on AIDS in Black America–provides expert guidance and supports community engagement.

Additional financial and substantive support for the national response is provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Elton John AIDS Foundation, Ford Foundation and MAC AIDS Fund, among others.

Find out more at: www.greaterthan.org.

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