Walkers at the 2018 AIDS Walk Los Angeles.

Walkers at the 2018 AIDS Walk Los Angeles.

SERVICE AREA

Los Angeles County

MISSION STATEMENT

APLA Health’s mission is to achieve health care equity and promote well-being for the LGBT and other underserved communities and people living with and affected by HIV.

COMMUNITY IMPACT

We opened our third state-of-the-art health center that will provide free and low-cost health care for those who live and work around the West Hollywood, Hollywood, Miracle Mile and Central Los Angeles neighborhoods.

LEADERSHIP

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

Chair

Peter Perkowski

Perkowski Legal, PC

Vice Chair

James M. Patton III

Treasurer

Alan R. Walden

Senior Project Analyst, Capital Group

Secretary

Janice Littlejohn

Los Angeles Review of Books

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Craig Bowers

Incluence

Paula Cannon

University of Southern California

Tracy Cohen

Clientline Volunteer

Cameron Fox

Paul Hastings

Anthony Henderson

Novartis

Val Jackson

Cardinal Health, Inc.

Lee Klosinski

UCLA Nathanson Family Resilience Center

Jessie L. McGrath

Los Angeles County

DJ Moore

Latham & Watkins LLP

Ron Sylvester

RS/tv, Inc.

Tom Whitman

Ion Marketing

Craig E. Thompson

APLA Health

FUNDRAISING EVENTS

• AIDS Walk Los Angeles

• The Envelope Please

• Jolly St. Knicker’s Holiday Run.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Our dedicated volunteers increase our capacity to serve the community 10 times over. People of many skills and backgrounds come through our doors every year, as teams or as individuals, for assignments from phone banking to bagging groceries to helping with one of our fundraisers.

• Client Access Volunteer

• Food Pantry Volunteer

• Nutrition/Administrative Volunteer

• Special Events Volunteer

GIVING OPPORTUNITIES

When you make a donation to APLA Health, you are giving to thousands of people across Los Angeles County.

• Individual and Recurring Giving

• Event Sponsorship

• Corporate Sponsorships

• Community events, including holiday food drives

• In-Kind Donations

GOALS FOR 2019

• Expand programs for older adults living with HIV

• Increase the number of individuals who access our primary, dental and mental health services.

• Continued advocacy to protect and expand access to safety-net programs

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