Issue:  Vol. 48 / No. 11 / 15 March 2018

‘San Francisco AF’ campaign to help Strut health center

San Francisco AF at the Castro Street Fair (Photo: SFAF)

San Francisco AF at the Castro Street Fair (Photo: SFAF)

San Francisco AIDS Foundation has launched the “San Francisco AF” campaign to benefit Strut, its health center at 470 Castro Street.

Donations range from $5 for a pack postcards to $30 for a T-shirt, tote bag, and the postcards.

Strut, which opened in January, offers HIV testing and counseling, among other services.

The nonprofit is letting people decide for themselves what “AF” stands for, but a flashing logo suggests it means “As Fuck,” and an email from the group says, “And yes, ‘AF’ means what you think it means, millennials!”

The campaign officially debuted Sunday, October 2 at the Castro Street Fair.

Strut “is leading our work at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation in turning the tide of HIV in San Francisco,” the nonprofit, which is playing a key role in the city’s Getting to Zero campaign, said in an email.

“What could be more San Francisco AF than reaching zero new HIV transmissions, zero AIDS-related deaths, and zero HIV stigma?”


— Seth Hemmelgarn, October 5, 2016 @ 4:52 pm PST
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