One Day. Each Year. Until We Find A Cure.
Faith plays a major role in the lives of many Americans. Many find faith to be a connection to a spiritual being, deity or creator. Unfortunately for many Americans living with HIV, faith communities can turn from a place of refuge to a source of stigma and turmoil. On August 27, 2017, RAHMA (www.haverahma.org) and its partners will spearhead the first Faith HIV & AIDS Awareness Day. The goal is to rally all US communities representative of the Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Sikh, Hindu and Baha’i faiths to take a stand against stigma in their congregations and raise awareness on HIV/AIDS.