Centering Community Connection and Leadership Among Women Living with HIV

As we reflect upon 2021, the second year of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, it is clear that the need for connection has never been greater. As many of us remained physically isolated from one another, it was essential to identify innovative ways for us to continue to be in each other’s lives and provide each other with much-needed support, as well as opportunities for growth. Reaching nearly four million people globally this year, The Well Project offered diverse programming that adapted to our continued “virtual” reality and provided opportunities for women to connect with and learn from each other, no matter where in the world they were. Several of our Community Advisory Board (CAB) members shared their words about how The Well Project has increased their connection with other women living with HV this year. 

Your tax-deductible donation will ensure that we continue to meet the needs of women living with and vulnerable to HIV, facilitate connection and growth, and provide them with the tools to improve their overall health and wellness. Please support The Well Project today!

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