Elizabeth Taylor’s Grandchildren Continue Her Fight

Elizabeth Taylor’s Grandchildren Continue Her Fight

Following in their grandmother's footsteps, five of Elizabeth Taylor's ten grandchildren traveled to Washington D.C. Monday to participate in AIDS Watch, an annual advocacy event where people from all over the country meet with members of Congress to discuss the needs of people living with HIV and AIDS...

How a Mean Girls Teen Became an HIV Activist

How a Mean Girls Teen Became an HIV Activist

“Currently, 1.7 million people [in the United States] are living with HIV, and they’re only represented by two characters on television? I think that things need to change,” Franzese says...

Photo Fundraiser for The Elizabeth Taylor’s AIDS Foundation

Photo Fundraiser for The Elizabeth Taylor’s AIDS Foundation

The Wilding Cran Gallery is paying homage to Ms. Taylor's loving and strong-hearted legacy as an advocate for people living with HIV/AIDS via a special sale, one that coincides with what would have been the actress's 83rd birthday, Feb. 27...

Colin Farrell Honors Elizabeth Taylor on World AIDS Day

Colin Farrell Honors Elizabeth Taylor on World AIDS Day

Taylor was one of the first celebrities to acknowledge the disease and now one of her friends, Colin Farrell is keeping her mission alive through a new short film released Monday to raise awareness...

Madonna and ETAF Partner on Malawi Grassroot Soccer

Madonna and ETAF Partner on Malawi Grassroot Soccer

Soccer and HIV education may not seem to be a natural fit but Grassroot Soccer (GRS) has proven them to be powerful pairing. So powerful, in fact that The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF) and Madonna’s charitable organization Raising Malawi have partnered up to expand GRS’s reach in Malawi...

Join the Fight Against HIV/AIDS by Getting Tested

Join the Fight Against HIV/AIDS by Getting Tested

It might seem a bit unusual to hear your grandma reminding you (and a packed stadium) that if you're getting laid, use a condom. But she was always blunt -- and someone who spoke straight from her heart...

Quinn Tivey takes a photographic journey to examine his grandmother’s legacy

Quinn Tivey takes a photographic journey to examine his grandmother’s legacy

Quinn Tivey honored his grandmother’s legacy by traveling the country interviewing and photographing people living with HIV and AIDS who have been helped by grants from ETAF. Being “in my 20’s, I’ve noticed that many of my friends don’t seem to regard HIV/AIDS as a major concern in their lives. This is bewildering considering that here in the U.S. the CDC counts 20-24 year olds as the largest group of new infections,” a realization that prompted the Brooklyn based photographer to try and raise more awareness amongst his peers.