The Aliveness Project is a community center for people living with HIV that facilitates community connection, offers nutrition and wellness services, and provides resources for building fulfilling and healthy lives.
Everyone should have the opportunity to lead a healthy, self-directed life, and people living with HIV should not feel stuck, isolated, or stigmatized.
The Aliveness Project was founded over 30 years ago as a community center for and driven by people living with HIV. Learn more at aliveness.org
This month we’re excited to partner with local company Ames Farm to contribute even more to the Aliveness Project. They are generously donating 50¢ for every 9 oz. and 18 oz. jar of their local, raw, single source honey sold at the Wedge and Linden Hills Co-op this month!
*Our Change Matters program provides shoppers an opportunity to help local community-enrichment organizations by making small-change donations, which accumulate into a meaningful contribution for the recipient. The recipient changes monthly, with organizations chosen by a committee of Wedge and Linden Hills Co-op staff.