Project HIVAZ

Project HIVAZ increases awareness about HIV in Arizona, promotes testing, and reduces stigma through educational and outreach campaigns., and its Spanish language counterpart, is a collaborative, web-based database of HIV/AIDS resources throughout Arizona. This website connects consumers and providers to up-to-date information regarding nearby HIV testing, prevention and care services. Additionally, the site provides links to established, nationally acclaimed online resources for comprehensive medical information and HIV news.


AIDS Walk Arizona & Fun Run

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Downtown Phoenix, 3rd Avenue and Washington

Registration Opens May 1, 2017


AIDS Walk Arizona & Fun Run is the largest gathering in Arizona to advance the cause of HIV & AIDS funding and awareness. Occurring on the 4th Sunday in October in downtown Phoenix, the event elevates awareness and raises funds through an educational and fun community-wide event. It is the flagship event of the central Arizona HIV/AIDS community, catalyzing awareness, education, and support. All proceeds are returned to Aunt Rita's member agencies to support the vital services they provide.

Walkers and Runners in this event can register as an individual, form a team, or donate to walkers and runners to help them reach their fundraising goal. All participants will enjoy the entertainment featured at the event and the AIDS Walk Health and Wellness Festival.

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Yearlong Fundraiser


SAVORlife is Aunt Rita's Foundation's signature DIY Fundraiser that empowers you to create your very own fundraising campaign.  It is as easy as turning something you love to do into into a fundraiser.  A dinner party, your birthday party, your wedding, an outdoor excursion, a musical concert, girls night, or a happy hour.  Be creative, have fun, and help to support Aunt Rita's 16 partner agencies.

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RED Brunch

Saturday, December 2nd

Location Sheraton Grand Phoenix

Tickets Available June 1st


RED Brunch is a signature event for the diverse communities of Phoenix to celebrate World AIDS Day. Aunt Rita's Foundation, in association with the 16 non-profit benefiting agencies that provide important services to the HIV/AIDS community, produces this annual fundraising event.

At this event, we will join with our friends in reflection on the past three decades and how it has affected those we love. Also, we will recognize and honor individuals and organizations that continue to provide essential services and programs to the diverse HIV/AIDS community. Finally we will take an opportunity to celebrate life.

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RED is The Night

Friday, March 24th

Warehouse 215 @ Bentley Projects

Tickets Available Now

RED is the Night is Aunt Rita's newest fundraising event that features amazing entertainment, both local and national.  In the inaugural RED is the Night our headliner is comedian Bruce Vilanch, as previously seen on Hollywood Squares, along with local contemporary dance company Scorpius.  Delectable bites from fantastic local restaurants will also be featured to delight the palate.

All proceeds benefit our 16 partner agencies, and don't miss this unique fundraising event at the always cool warehouse district venue of Warehouse 215 @ Bentley Projects.

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Art for Aunt Rita's

Saturday, April 22nd

Scottsdale Gallery District, main venue hub at Marshall Square (Main St. and Marshall Way)

Free Event


Art for Aunt Rita's celebrates the marvelous artists and art galleries in the Scottsdale Gallery District.  The fundraiser is the creation of Jacque Keller of Quantum Art, Inc in the Marshall Square galleries.  Come peruse fine works of art available for silent auction, and enjoy our after-event party at BS West on 5th Avenue in Scottsdale.

Art for Aunt Rita's is a free event and supports the outreach education that Aunt Rita's provides annually.

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Sustained Giving

Red Purse Club

Aunt Rita's Foundation created the Red Purse Club to promote HIV prevention and awareness, and to provide special grant funding for critical HIV services. The generosity of our members insures that Aunt Rita’s remains financially stable until there is a cure for HIV.

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