JERUSALEM HOUSE RECEIVES $25,000 FROM THE ELIZABETH TAYLOR AIDS FOUNDATION IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MACY’S
March 12, 2020, Atlanta, GA — Jerusalem House has been awarded a grant for $25,000 from The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF) in partnership with Macy’s. The grant will be used for The Mary Hester Women’s Substance Abuse Group Counseling Program.
“ETAF and Macy’s are honored to support Jerusalem House to continue our shared mission of an AIDS-free world. Jerusalem House is a caring and compassionate organization making a great impact in the lives of people living with or at risk of HIV and AIDS,” said Catherine Brown, Executive Director of The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.
Through their Cause Marketing Program, Thanks For Sharing, Macy’s recognizes their responsibility to support disadvantaged communities and the needs of their neighbors. They are proud to partner with ETAF and have contributed to this grant.
“Jerusalem House is honored to be recognized for its efforts in providing permanent supportive housing for homeless and low-income people affected by HIV and AIDS,” said Charlie Frew, President and CEO of Jerusalem House. “We believe housing is healthcare. This very generous gift from The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and Macy’s will help our 600+ residents to achieve stability and move further along on their road to health and independence.”
About The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF)
Working tirelessly on the AIDS crisis through the 1980s, Elizabeth Taylor established
The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF) in 1991 to reach her vision of an AIDS-free world. ETAF works to provide the direct care needed for people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS. Emphasizing Elizabeth’s commitment to marginalized communities, ETAF’s work ensures that HIV prevention education and access to treatment is available through domestic and international initiatives. HIV Decriminalization nationally is ETAF’s primary advocacy initiative. We now have the necessary tools to stop the spread of HIV and end the AIDS crisis with sufficient resources. To learn more or to make a donation please visit www.etaf.org.