All things being equal, they are not.
AIDS is the leading cause of death
among YOUNG women worldwide. Yet it is treatable.
Every two minutes a teenager is infected with HIV. Yet it is preventable. AIDS no longer has to be a death sentence. One pill a day for just 20 cents can stop mothers from passing on the virus to their babies. Together we have made so much progress, but there is still so much work to be done.
(RED) SUPPORTED Global Fund grants have impacted More than 140 million people with prevention, treatment, counseling, HIV testing and care services.
WE PARTNER WITH BRANDS YOU LOVE TO CREATE PRODUCTS and Experiences THAT FUND THE FIGHT TO END AIDS.
We believe in the power of the world's most creative people working together to help those who need it most. When a brand turns a product or service (RED), they make it simple for you to support programs on the ground that help millions of people impacted by HIV/AIDS.
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NEWS & (RED)ITORIAL
8 Badass Moms That Inspire Us
We’ve rounded up a list of eight INC(RED)IBLE moms that inspire us from (RED) staff members to Hollywood stars and even some of our favorite activists in sub-Saharan Africa.
TUNE IN TO THE (RED) & ONE EPISODE OF "SOOO MANY WHITE GUYS"
Phoebe Robinson, ONE Campaign CEO & President Gayle Smith and (RED) Ambassador Javier Muñoz sit down for a powerful and informative conversation about the AIDS fight.
6 Common Myths about HIV/AIDS (And Why they’re not true)
Check out our latest (RED)ITORIAL post breaking down six common misconceptions about HIV/AIDS, and why they’re not true.
(RED) is fueled by our Partners
We are proud to work with companies who share our vision of a world without AIDS. To this end, (RED)’s partners provide critical funding, awareness, and resources for the AIDS fight. Whether it’s selling (RED) products, creating content that tracks the impact of (RED) dollars, or committing technology tools to accelerate our mission, (RED) partners are an essential part of our work. With their help and commitment, we are making significant strides in the fight to end AIDS.