Border AIDS Partnership
The El Paso Community Foundation and the US/Mexico Border Health Association partnered in 1994 to create a local HIV/AIDS partnership that would provide assistance to nonprofit organizations in the surrounding region working on this critical health problem. The resulting collaboration, with support from the National AIDS Fund (now AIDS United), created the BAP, a bi-national and tri-state funding collaborative that has been providing funding for HIV/AIDS education and prevention activities in El Paso, Texas, Southern New Mexico, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. Since 1996, the Border AIDS Partnership has distributed, in the form of effective grants, more than $1.8 million to support innovative HIV prevention programs.

Causes: Advocacy, Education, Health and Mental Well-being

The Border AIDS Partnership is committed to secure sustainable resources and mobilize community services to provide funding to organizations who offer education, testing and social services to individuals affected by HIV/AIDS or at high risk of infection; as well as prevention services to underserved area populations in our region, including marginalized youth of all races, sexes and ages.

We could not do this work without the support of our donors. We are proud to partner with El Paso Giving Day on this united day of giving in our region–But it doesn’t stop there. We look forward to your support on this day and throughout the year to continue to support the important work of prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS in our Borderland.

Our Progress
Our Goal $15,000
Total Amount Raised
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