Pacific Pride Foundation
  • Community Pride

    Pacific Pride Foundation proudly provides services to the HIV/AIDS and LGBT communities of Santa Barbara County. All of our programs are free or low cost and offered in English and Spanish through our offices in Santa Barbara and Santa Maria.

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  • Community Services

    Direct services are provided to individuals and families infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS through our Case Management and Early Intervention Programs, which provide help from nurses and social workers, transportation, housing assistance, volunteer support and food from our two food pantries and hot meals program.

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  • Community Events

    PPF strives to attract and produce events and activities of interest to all members of the LGBT community. PPF supports activities that increase understanding, support and a sense of community among LGBT people across lines of race, gender, age, religion and socio-economic status.

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  • Community Action

    Our best response to acts of hate in our community is to come together in solidarity for the safety of all those who call Santa Barbara home.

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Support our AIDS Walk Yard Sale!

This year's Heart + Sole AID Walk Yard Sale will be THIS WEEKEND, Friday & Saturday, October 17-18, 9am-3pm. 

Donations Needed!!

If you have any items you wish to donate for sale at our Yard Sale, they can be dropped off now!  You can drop them off at the Yard Sale address: 334 E Arrellaga St. Santa Barbara, CA 93101.  Smaller items can also be dropped off at the PPF Office at 126 E. Haley St. Suite A-11.

If you have any questions or concerns about any items you wish to donate, please call Mary at 805 450-1599.

All proceeds from this Yard Sale WILL BE MATCHED by a generous donor, and will support Pacific Pride Foundation's HIV/AIDS Programs and Services.

 



Over the past 24 years, our community has helped raise vital funds for the men, women, and children living with, affected by, or at risk for HIV/AIDS in Santa Barbara County. Pacific Pride Foundation is proud to offer essential services to our community, but we can’t do it alone.
 
 
 
Every dollar raised at AIDS Walk:
  • stays local, and serves the men, women, and children affected by or at risk for HIV/AIDS in Santa Barbara CountyHeart & Sole AIDS Walk
  • prevents the spread of HIV in our towns through free education and testing events
  • feeds families and individuals affected by AIDS with food pantries in Santa Maria and Santa Barbara
  • cares for our HIV-positive clients seeking medical help, mental wellness, housing assistance, and healthy living habits

 

Every $125 helps us…
  • Pay for 1 HIV Prevention and Education seminar
  • Test 12 people for HIV
  • Distribute 1,500 free condoms
  • Set up a comprehensive care plan for a newly diagnosed client
  • Provide a family of 4 with a week's worth of groceries

                                                             …fight HIV/AIDS.

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2014 Royal Ball

At last, here is our Pacific Pride Foundation Royal Ball 2014 video!

Pacific Pride Foundation Royal Ball 2014 from Merryl Brown Events on Vimeo.

The video was created by the amazing Photography by Isaac
Event Production by Merryl Brown Events
Event Design by Rrivre Works Event Design and Rentals
Floral by SR Hogue 
Lighting by 
Images by Lighting

Thank you to Camille UmoffChrisTina SchlieskeDerek MonteiroVanessa DancerSteven Edward DehlerTimo NuñezEros BioxOzzy ValentinoDavid RatcliffeClassic Party RentalsBacara Resort & Spa, and so many others for your incredible support of Pacific Pride Foundation

Pacific Pride Foundation

Pacific Pride has always been committed to building a safer, healthier, and more inclusive community. Our advocacy work lends a voice to LGBTQ issues and equality. Our specialized services target unique populations and sensitive subjects. Our new video, created by Isaac Hernandez, details some of our efforts.

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