“Hi! Its Kathy Ireland here.  As an ambassador for The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, I want to  remind you that December 1st is World AIDS Day! Did you know that globally only half of the people living with HIV and AIDS have access to life-saving medications? Thanks to the GAIA/Elizabeth Taylor mobile health clinics, we have reached over 1.5 million Malawians with health services including HIV prevention, treatment, and malaria testing in one of the most rural HIV hot spots in the world. We continue to celebrate Elizabeth Taylor’s foresight which brought healthcare TO those most difficult to reach. Join me and Elizabeth to help us continue our work to ensure that access to life-affirming care is one less worry for people affected by HIV and AIDS! Anything helps!” (link in bio or swipe up to our donation page will be inserted here.)

Malawi Times Special Report
On the eve of World AIDS Day 2016, ETAF and SAG-AFTRA host panel event featuring Tarell Alvin McCraney, David Arquette, Jaime Pressly, Chandi Moore, Dr. Michael Gottlieb, and Neal Baer.
Hundreds of HIV/AIDS advocates and influencers gathered on the steps of the U.S. Capitol today ahead of congressional meetings where members will hear from those directly affected by HIV/AIDS & proposed health care legislation. Laela Wilding, granddaughter of Elizabeth Taylor and Ambassador to The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and Daniel Driffin Co-Founder of THRIVE SS, Inc stopped by GMW to share all the details of AIDSWATCH 2017!
On the eve of World AIDS Day 2016, ETAF and SAG-AFTRA host panel event featuring Tarell Alvin McCraney, David Arquette, Jaime Pressly, Chandi Moore, Dr. Michael Gottlieb, and Neal Baer.
The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation honored Whoopi Goldberg by awarding her with the Elizabeth Taylor Legacy Award for her 30 years of AIDS activism. Elton John, Lionel Richie, and Colin Farrell delivered special messages and four of Elizabeth Taylor’s grandchildren joined Whoopi to present her with the award.
Elizabeth Taylor’s grandson, Quinn Tivey spoke at the Social Good Summit in New York alongside Ambassador-at-Large Deborah Birx and activist Chandi Moore about how crucial eliminating stigma is to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The Economist’s Matthew Bishop moderated the panel, discussing ETAF’s and The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) programs and strategies that are doing just that. The Social Good Summit is an annual two-day conference organized by Mashable and the UN Foundation at the 92nd Street Y, coinciding with the UN General Assembly in New York.
GLAAD and ETAF release all-star HIV and AIDS Awareness PSA.
Elizabeth Taylor Human Rights Award presented on Nelson Mandela Day by Elizabeth Taylor’s grandchildren and Charlize Theron. This years recipient was Martha Theolanah at the International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa.
HIV criminalization demonstration at #AIDS2016.
This short film STILL FIGHTING is narrated by Colin Farrell and serves as a call to action and raises awareness that the global fight against HIV/AIDS is far from over. Directed and produced by Adam Shankman and mOcean, the film includes music donated by Katy Perry, Coldplay, the Michael Jackson Estate, and One Republic.
amfAR’s special tribute to Elizabeth Taylor.
Get tested. End AIDS.
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National HIV Testing Day, 2015.
ETAF and GLAAD team up to create this short PSA asking America- “Why aren’t we talking about HIV and AIDS anymore?”

Part Two of the ETAF/GLAAD PSA Series features Neil Patrick Harris, Daniel Franzese, Titus Burgess and more

On World AIDS Day 2015, ETAF announced funding to expand UCLA’s Sex Squad program to colleges in the south, where over 40% of all new HIV infections in the United States occur. Watch this video to learn more about the innovative sex education program that began at UCLA’s Art and Global Health Center.
Right now in the U.S. there are 1.2 million people living with HIV and about 1 in 8 are unaware they have it. WATCH ‘Hakuna Truvada’ and learn about a prevention tool called Truvada as PrEP.
Grit & Glamour, a major photo exhibition to mark 30 years since Elizabeth Taylor began her campaign against AIDS, will take place at Getty Images Gallery in London from October 9- November 7, 2015. A portion of the proceeds from each print sold will benefit ETAF.

ETAF Ambassador Kathy Ireland joined Seth Rogan, Maria Shriver, and Sheryl WuDunn at the Milken Institute Global Conference on May 4th, 2016 to discuss strategic advocacy, and how to inspire others to take action. Our Ambassador discussed #ETAF’s powerful impact around the world. Here, the business mogul and former Super Model talks about using collective power to carry out the mission of her mentor and our founder, Elizabeth Taylor.