Join hundreds of advocates from across the country in Washington, D.C. from March 26 – March 27, 2018 to educate Congress on HIV/AIDS and related policy and funding priorities.
by Nicole Sands for people.com Scott Wolf is using his star power to spread the word and combat HIV and malaria — two debilitating diseases...
Nikoletta Skarlatos, acclaimed makeup artist known for projects including The Hunger Games series and Pirates of the Caribbean speaks about her decision to include ETAF in her will.
KATHY IRELAND CONTRIBUTES $100,000 WORLD AIDS DAY GIFT TO THE ELIZABETH TAYLOR AIDS FOUNDATION
We are so proud to announce Sir Elton John as the recipient of the 2017 Elizabeth Taylor Legacy Award. Elton John and Elizabeth Taylor were more than dear friends. They both shared a desire to leverage the power of their celebrity to speak out for those affected by AIDS and to raise millions of dollars for research, prevention, treatment, and advocacy.
On October 24th, ETAF’s newest Ambassador, Zac Posen, gifted his birthday to raise funds for ETAF and our grantee partner, mothers2mothers (m2m). ETAF has joined forces with m2m to eliminate pediatric AIDS and increase access to healthcare for families in Malawi. Co-hosted by Paris Jackson, the intimate event took place at the historic Green Acres estate in Beverly Hills. Following an elegant cocktail reception, guests enjoyed a seated dinner with a specially curated menu from designer Posen’s premiere cookbook: Cooking With Zac.
Actress Alexandra Daddario (2017’s Baywatch) is using her platform to follow in the footsteps of the ever-iconic Elizabeth Taylor. She's a champion for The Elizabeth Taylor Aids Foundation's new partnership with the UN Foundation’s Nothing But Netscampaign, and she recently traveled to Malawi to see the organizations' handiwork providing testing and treatment for HIV and malaria first-hand.
According to the Nothing But Nets’s website, malaria and HIV combined cause more than 2 million deaths each year. But The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and the Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance (GAIA)’s mobile health clinics are making a huge impact on their treatment in Malawi, helping more than 600,000 people gain access to HIV treatment and care, says ETAF managing director Joel Goldman.
When we hopped on the phone with Daddario to talk about her trip, she said it was an “emotionally overwhelming” experience but one she wouldn’t trade for anything. Scroll down to hear what else Daddario had to say about her experience and learn more about the partnership.
Owen Mitochi, a Clinical Officer for the GAIA Elizabeth Taylor Mobile Health Clinics speaks with a patient in Malawi. Photo Credit: Samora Chapman October...
Hilary Weaver Vanity Fair September 19, 2017 Taylor’s fight against AIDS continues with one very famous 19-year-old. When Elizabeth Taylor died in 2011, her goddaughter, Paris Jackson—daughter of...