The San Francisco AIDS Foundation annually serves 120,000 individuals impacted by HIV/AIDS. Services include financial benefits counseling, needle exchange, client advocacy, housing assistance, and the California AIDS Hotline (800-367-AIDS). The non-profit, community-based organization reaches over 1.5 million others through community outreach, advocacy efforts, prevention campaigns, and the Web (www.sfaf.org, www.aidshotline.org and www.gaylife.org).
With the broadest array of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender services available anywhere and a budget of $32 million, the L.A. Gay , Lesbian Center is the world's largest gay and lesbian organization. A staff of more than 215 employees and 3,000 volunteers welcome nearly a quarter million visits from ethnically diverse youth and adults each year. Through its Jeffrey Goodman Special Care Clinic and Pedro Zamora Youth HIV Program, on-site pharmacy and other programs, the Center provides education, advocacy, prevention, treatment, testing and mental health services to thousands of people with HIV/AIDS each year. – less–ZoomInfo