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15,000,00098 1100016,100,00 ,37262055%9, ,000,00016,769 3POWER1,0852. 7IN300%52211, 5NUMBERS54% POWER IN NUMBERS One community, getting to zero. Our community united in 2016 in new and powerful ways. We championed for health care and human rights for all of our community – especially those most vulnerable among us.

reduction center in the SoMa/Tenderloin neighborhood, allowed us to expand our drop-in programming with syringe access and disposal services, medical services, mental health services, and overdose prevention. Combined with 1035 Market Street and our mobile testing unit, these sites are changing the way our communities receive care and allow us to reach even more clients than ever before.

The 2016 annual report is inspired by the story that numbers tell. The numbers reflect wide-ranging achievements: We served a record-breaking number of clients in 2016, donors and funders supported our work with unprecedented generosity, and our volunteers contributed countless acts of service toward our mission. These numbers give us great confidence that we will achieve a number we never dared dream possible: zero. Zero new HIV infections. Zero AIDS-related deaths. Zero HIV-related stigma.

As you read through our successes from 2016, we hope you take pride in these accomplishments. Your generosity and support enabled us to do things like enroll 1,085 clients on PrEP and provide 16,769 HIV and sexually transmitted infection clinical visits. It allowed us to distribute 2.7 million sterile syringes and save 522 lives from overdose. It has empowered us to reach 2.3 million people with online health information, and advocate for the thousands of people in California who rely on the AIDS Drug Assistance Program.

Throughout the report, we highlight a number of our accomplishments from the previous year – many of which reflect the creation of two innovative models of care. The first, Strut, provides a central location for our Magnet sexual health clinic, the Stonewall Project substance health services, and many of the STOP AIDS Project community engagement programs in the Castro. The second, our harm

We offer our heartfelt thanks for standing with us and empowering health and wellness in our community. Remember – together, we are powerful.

Joe Hollendoner Chief Executive Officer

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Philip T. Besirof Chair, Board of Directors


ONE MISSION, THREE STRATEGIC GOALS In 2016, we continued to make progress on our ambitious five-year strategic plan. Established in 1982, our mission is the radical reduction of new infections in San Francisco because we refuse to accept HIV as inevitable. Through education, advocacy, and direct services for prevention and care, we are confronting HIV in communities most vulnerable to the disease. We strive to achieve three goals that underpin our vision for a healthy, thriving community. By committing to this bold vision, we will see the end of the HIV epidemic in San Francisco. We will build healthier communities We’re nurturing resilience in individuals and social groups, while reducing the harm associated with alcohol and other drugs. We will reduce new HIV diagnoses to fewer than 100 per year We’re tapping into medical advances and community power to steadily drop HIV rates for good. We will improve the health and lifespan of San Franciscans living with HIV We’re increasing the rate of viral suppression among people living with HIV to 80% by breaking down barriers to sustained HIV treatment and care.

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FOUR CORNERSTONES, MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

1035 Market Street

6th Street Harm Reduction Center

Mobile Testing Unit

Our holistic and structural model is built on four interconnected areas to support people at every step along the continuum of care. Sexual Health Services Gay and bisexual men, transgender people and other communities affected by HIV can receive judgement-free HIV testing, STI screening and treatment. We also provide pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), and have helped thousands gain access to this effective prevention tool and enroll in public programs to help pay for medications.

of Excellence link people living with HIV to crucial medical and social services, and our Housing and Benefits program provides housing assistance and financial benefits counseling to San Franciscans living with HIV. Policy and Public Education Working in coalitions with other HIV and AIDS organizations, our policy team advocates for the HIV community in San Francisco, Sacramento, and Washington, DC. Our public education resources – available for free online – provide readers with the latest information about HIV testing, treatment and care.

Mental and Substance Health Services Education, counseling and harm reduction services connect the dots between HIV, substance use and mental health. Clients benefit from opiate overdose prevention training, HIV testing, and hepatitis C testing and education. Through the Stonewall Project, clients access outpatient substance use treatment services and walk-in group and individual counseling.

Our services are offered in locations around San Francisco. Strut, the health and wellness center in the Castro co-locates sexual health services, mental and substance health services, and several community engagement programs. At the 6th Street Harm Reduction Center in the SoMa/ Tenderloin neighborhood, community members can participate in drop-in programming, health assessments, and syringe access and disposal programs. Our headquarters at 1035 Market Street is home to several community engagement activities and supportive services. Combined with the mobile testing unit and a network of satellite syringe access sites, the community can access the resources they need in a way that meets them where they are.

Community Engagement and Health Navigation Services Our distinct community engagement programs provide social support and case management for long-term HIV survivors and those newly diagnosed, as well as transgender individuals, African American men who have sex with men, and our Latino community. Through these programs, participants attend workshops, social events and support groups where they learn about risk reduction and treatment adherence. Our Health Navigation program and two Centers

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2016 BY THE NUMBERS Sexual Health Services

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701

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701

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MORE PEOPLE were enrolled on PrEP than the previous year.

701

701

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54%

701

701

701

CLINICAL VISITS providing HIV and STI screening were completed.

701

16,769

701

2016

701

2015

1 IN 5

NEW HIV DIAGNOSES in San Francisco were identified by San Francisco AIDS Foundation. (estimated total)

Mental and Substance Health Services

278

VIEWERS completed the Stonewall Project Cheers Queers online safer drinking quiz.

18,000 PEOPLE

received access to 2.7 million sterile syringes through our programs. (estimated total)

935

CLIENTS participated in the Stonewall Project substance health counseling and group offerings.

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Nalox

522

LIVES were saved by the peer-to-peer use of naloxone, a medicine used to reverse opiate overdose.


Community Engagement and Health Navigation Services

Policy and Public Education

328

29,292

HIV+ PEOPLE gained access to HIV care through our health navigation services.

2,500+ VOLUNTEERS donated their time to

the foundation in 2016.

CALIFORNIANS maintained access to the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) because of our policy work.

81%

OF CLIENTS enrolled in the CCHAMP Center of Excellence sustained viral suppression for a year or more.

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YEARS have passed since Black Brothers Esteem began serving the Black gay, bisexual and same gender loving community.

278

CONNECTIONS with young black GBTQ men were made via the DREAAM Project.

900,000 DATING APP USERS

received sexual health information in just one month as a result of our Building Healthy Online Communities initiative.

OF PARTICIPANTS in the Elizabeth Taylor 50-Plus Network reported an undetectable viral load.

250

GROUP SESSIONS were convened by Latino Programs in 2016.

383

HIV+ RENTERS kept their homes because of support subsidies.

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LOCAL AND STATE BALLOT MEASURES were passed with foundation support.

2,340,888 VISITORS obtained information on HIV, STIs and harm reduction from SFAF.org and BETAblog.org.

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97 %

STRUT: ONE YEAR OF SERVICE On January 4, 2016, we opened the doors to Strut, our fully-integrated health and wellness center in the Castro.

In 2016, we co-located Magnet sexual health services (including the PrEP Health Program), the Stonewall Project substance health services, and many STOP AIDS Project community engagement programs in a new home at 470 Castro Street.

In its first year alone, Strut held more than 80 community events bringing over 9,000 people through its doors. We helped more than 250 HIV-positive individuals access care and support programs through Positive Force. Between 60 and 80 people per day took advantage of sexual health services at Strut. Our Bridgemen members donated 2,612 hours of service to improving our community. Strut is open thanks to the generous individual, institutional and government donors who contributed to the Campaign for Health & Wellness, which made its public debut in 2015. At the end of 2016, the Campaign had achieved 97% of its $15 million goal thanks to 195 gifts. The Campaign is expected to close by summer 2017 – nearly a year earlier than expected thanks to the generosity of the community. We offer our heartfelt thanks to contributors to the Campaign, the Community Advisory Board and the Campaign Leadership Committee.

Visit us online at strutsf.org/wellnesscampaign to learn more about how you can get involved.

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COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD

Dale Becherer Chester Brooks Casey Budesilich James Brian Carroll Matthew Denckla Jose Luis Guzman Jonathan Hsiao Mark Kelleher David Murphy Alex Randolph Michael Siever Michael Silva Lisa Sterman, MPH, MD (Board Liaison)

Steven Tierney


Campaign Leadership Committee* Stephen Adams Sterling Bank & Trust

Bevan Dufty Bart Board

Stuart Burden Philanthropy Advisor

Carnell Freeman VALIC

The Honorable JosĂŠ M. Cisneros The City & County of San Francisco

Neil G. Giuliano San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Former CEO

Matthew Denckla Freelance Writer & Editor

Laurie Hane VMware Inc.

Todd Nelson TNT Public Relations

Cliff Hopkins Instagram

Tim Patriarca San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Former Executive Director of Strut

Mike Dillon PwC

Mark Kelleher San Francisco State University Mike Kidd Morgan Stanley James Loduca San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Former SVP

Jerrell Jimerson

Tom Perrault MemSQL

Paul Volberding, MD University of California, San Francisco

Alan Ratliff IDEO

Rick Welts Golden State Warriors

Mark Reisbaum Contemporary Jewish Museum

Keith Wetmore Morrison & Foerster, LLP

Mike Richey Halteres Associates, LLC

The Honorable Scott Wiener California State Senate

Rod Seymore Levi Strauss & Co.

Russell Wood XOMA Corporation

Alex Sloan Excelerate Foundation

Campaign for Health & Wellness Individual Donors** Steven Abbott & James Stephens Stephen Adams Alvin Baum & Robert Holgate Lisa Bottom Randy Brasche Carol L. Brosgart, MD Stuart Burden Tom Burke & Axel Brunger Wesley Burwell Richard M. Cain Mark A. Calvano Mary Cha-Caswell Hamish Chandra The Honorable Jose M. Cisneros & Mark D. Kelleher Laurence Colton Colby Conner Lawrence H. Cook Christopher J. Cowen & Mark Metasavage Joe D’Alessandro & David Jones Bruce Davis & Rob Murray R. Tom De Gunst-Scheffer

Bruno Delagneau & Jennifer Mitchell Matthew Denckla Alberto Diaz Mike Dillon Thomas M. Dross Nancy Durlester DuBois Dr. Frank Duff & John Okuloski Bevan Dufty & Corey Lambert Stearns R. Ellis Dale Freeman Carnell Freeman Brian Garrett & Stephen Fronk Neil Giuliano Robert Gleeson Clayton Grillo Laurie S. Hane David Hendricks & Albert Olver Ann K. Hobbs Donald Hodges Philip Hodges Joseph Hollendoner & William Marsland IV

Clifford Hopkins & Stephen Callcott Ambassador James Hormel & Michael Nguyen Don Howard Alec Hughes Jerrell Jimerson Tim Jones Bernie Katzmann & Roland Trego S. Brett Kaufman & Charles Brown Estate of Gary Allen Kean Thomas R. Kearney David Kensington Stuart Kent & Mark Pellegrino Michael Kidd & Kenneth Sloan Kurt E. Kleespies Sean Livingston & Jeremy Pelkey James Loduca Gregg Lynn & Glenn Risso Robert Makowka Matthew Marquis

Andrew Mason James C. McCann & James E. Canales Rick Mordesovich Luisa Moscatelli-Fenton Virginia Murphy Todd Nelson The Oliva-Booth Family In Honor of Michael Palm Russell Pastor Tim Patriarca & James Wang Ventura J. Perez & Raymond A. Brown Tom Perrault & Sal Giambanco Liz Pesch, CPA Theodore Preusch Robert Quon, MD & Mark Oliver Mark G. Reisbaum & Michael T. Case Mike Richey & Chris Winslow James Rooney Alice S. Rosenzweig Greg Rotter

Eric Rozendahl Robert Rybicki Nicholas Sanchez Rod Seymore Christopher Shepler Ingeborg Shewbridge Kenneth Smith Daniel Sonnenfeld & Dave Hendrickson Dale Stancliff Jack Stephenson Lisa Sterman, MPH, MD Suraphan Sunantanasuk Steven Tallman & Yuri Michielsen Paul B. Tan, DMD Lorenzo Thione Lorna Thornton, MD David Tsai Calvan G. Walker Jack P. Warren Senator Scott Wiener Keith Wetmore Michael & Sharon Winston Russell Wood Anonymous (2)

Campaign for Health & Wellness Institutional Donors*** AT&T Bank of America Betsy Sandidge, AIA Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS The California Endowment Centra Marketing & Communications City and County of San Francisco

The Coca-Cola Foundation Community Health Innovation Fund CRI Crossville, Inc Electronic Arts The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation Excelerate Foundation GCI, Inc Gilead Sciences, Inc. Google

H.B & Lucille Horn Foundation The James Irvine Foundation The John and Marcia Goldman Foundation Lilian Wren Foundation M. Arthur Gensler & Associates, Inc. M.A.C. AIDS Fund Minton Door Company Moore Family Foundation

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Morrison and Foerster LLP The Morrison & Foerster Foundation One Workplace Pacific Gas and Electric Company The Prado Group PwC R&R Door Company Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation Tarkett

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USG ViiV Healthcare Walgreens Wells Fargo Foundation Anonymous (2)

*Employers listed for affiliation purposes only. **Donors of at least $1,000 at press time. ***Includes in-kind donors.


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We know the power of partnering with strong organizations that share our goals.

By working alongside these community partners, thousands more people across the Bay Area will benefit from HIV testing and STI screenings, mental health and substance use services, and advocacy and education programs.

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AGUILAS

HealthRIGHT 360

AIDS Emergency Fund

HIV Story Project

San Francisco General Hospital, Positive Health Program

AIDS Legal Referral Panel

Homeless Youth Alliance

San Francisco LGBT Community Center

Alameda Point Collaborative

Horizons Unlimited

Alliance Health Project

Hospitality House

San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development

API Wellness

Instituto Familiar de la Raza

Baker Places, Inc.

La Clínica de la Raza

Behavioral Health Access Center

Larkin Street Youth Services

The Billys California Association of Free and

Let’s Kick ASS – AIDS Survivor Syndrome

Charitable Clinics

Lutheran Social Services

The Shanti Project

California HIV/AIDS Research Program

LYRIC

Shelter Plus Care

Lyon-Martin Health Services

South of Market Health Center

California State Office of AIDS

Maitri-Compassionate Care

Southeast Health Center

Carnaval San Francisco – Health Pavilion

Mission Graduates

St. Francis Foundation

Mission Neighborhood Health Center

St. James Infirmary

Mission Neighborhood Resource Center

Street Level Health Project

Castro Community Business District Castro Country Club

National AIDS Memorial Grove

Tenderloin Health Improvement Partnership

Castro Merchants (MUMC)

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Tenderloin Tessie

Catholic Charities

Native American Health Center

TGI Justice Project

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Openhouse

Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center

Our Town SF

Tom Waddell Health Center

PAWS

Transgender Law Center

Poder

Tri-City Health Center

Positive Resource Center

UC Berkeley Health Initiative of the Americas, School of Public Health

Castro Cares

César E. Chávez Institute City of Refuge Compass Family Services Covered California East Bay AIDS Center/ CRUSH Project Dignity Fund Coalition Dolores Street Community Services DOPE Project Drug Policy Alliance Gay Asian Pacific Alliance Foundation (GAPA) Getting to Zero GLIDE The Global Forum on MSM & HIV

Positive Women’s Network

San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development San Francisco State University Center for Research and Education on Gender and Sexuality San Francisco Suicide Prevention

UCSF 360: The Positive Care Center

Progress Foundation Project Homeless Connect

UCSF Alliance Health Project

Project Inform

UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies

Project Open Hand Rafiki Coalition for Health and Wellness Richmond Area Multi-Services Inc. (RAMS) San Francisco Department of Aging & Adult Services

Harm Reduction Coalition

San Francisco Department of Public Health

Harm Reduction Therapy Center

San Francisco Drug Users’ Union

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UCSF Center of Excellence for Transgender Health UCSF Golden Compass Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas Ciencias de la Salud Westside Community Services Women’s Community Clinic


2016 AT A GLANCE

Thousands of people ate at their favorite restaurant to raise funds for San Francisco AIDS Foundation at our 16th annual Dining Out For Life. The Stonewall Project launched “Cheers Queers,” an education campaign promoting harm reduction strategies for binge drinking among gay, bisexual, cis and trans men. Online, 5,920 people received information about safer drinking.

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Joe Hollendoner joined the foundation as our new Chief Executive Officer.

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AIDS/LifeCycle raised more than $16.2M with 2,372 cyclists and 650 volunteers. San Francisco AIDS Foundation raised $9M with 55% of the total participants.

JUN

The 1,000th client was enrolled in the PrEP Health Program.

MAY

A new hepatitis C (HCV) testing and navigation program launched and linked 47 people to navigation support. The program also connected 31 HCV-positive people to primary care/HCV treatment.

APR

MAR

FEB

The annual Ovation Celebration honored 35 of our top fundraisers from 2015.

JAN

Strut opened at 470 Castro Street, co-locating Magnet sexual health services, the Stonewall Project substance health program, and many STOP AIDS Project community engagement programs, ultimately bringing over 10,000 people through its doors by year’s end.


In honor of the Black Brothers Esteem (BBE) 20th anniversary, the City and County of San Francisco proclaimed July 7, 2016 as Black Brothers Esteem Day. Bob Grant, MD, MPH, Jen Hecht, MPH, and Pierre-Cédric Crouch, PhD, ANP-BC, each presented the work of San Francisco AIDS Foundation to thousands of attendees at the International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa.

The 6th Street Harm Reduction Center expanded from two days per week to six for a total of 44 hours per week. Hundreds more clients are now able to access harm reduction services.

Held at the San Francisco Armory, the annual Tribute Celebration honored BBE and Senator Mark Leno and raised a record $446,065.

More than 90,000 community members saw the “San Francisco AF” campaign, which premiered at the Castro Street Fair. The campaign helped introduce new donors to the Campaign for Health & Wellness.

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State policy efforts resulted in the creation of the California PrEP Affordability Program, which will provide financial assistance to thousands of Californians with incomes below 500% of the Federal Poverty Level.

Hundreds stood with the foundation at events across San Francisco in observance of World AIDS Day. 301 runners dropped trou and raised funds at our annual Santa Skivvies Run, a onemile fun run through the Castro.

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DEC

Federal policy efforts led to the passing of The Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act, which marked the first reauthorization of the Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS since 1992. HOPWA helps fund our Housing program, which supports more than 380 San Franciscans living with HIV access.


THREE EVENTS, $17 MILLION RAISED Year round, events including AIDS/LifeCycle, Dining Out For Life, and the Santa Skivvies Run bring the broader community into our efforts to end the epidemic. These events raise awareness about what HIV means today and how everyone in our community has a part to play. In 2016, 3,022 AIDS/LifeCycle participants joined us on the 7-day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. Our annual event, in collaboration with the Los Angeles LGBT Center, raised an astounding $16.2 million. In addition to AIDS/LifeCycle, each of our special events had record-breaking years in 2016 and exceeded goals and expectations. Dining Out for Life raised $167,694 and Santa Skivvies Run raised $99,524. We’re so grateful to these top fundraisers from our 2016 events.

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AIDS/LifeCycle 10K Club Thanks and congratulations to our AIDS/LifeCycle participants who raised over $10,000. Steven Abbott Frank Adair Will Ajoy Harley Alaniz Arthur Allione Sang An Geoffrey Applegarth Nicholas Augustinos Roderick Aviles Danny Baker Robert Bathrick Christopher Berini Ted Bolivar Michael Boorstein Jason Braga Scott Brogan Donald Brown Michael Brown Scott Butcher Robert Carstensen Charlie Castaneda Kevin Caudill David Christensen Paul Chung Bob Concannon Paul Connolly

Ken Cook Christopher Cowen John Darden John Davis Julie Delbuck Art Desuyo Adam Dubinsky Nancy DuBois Christian Edvardsen Michael Emling Joanne Engel Andrea Fernandes Mary Ford Josh Garbarino Spencer Garrett Anton Gill Neil Giuliano Garland Godfrey Dave Greenberg Justin Harrison Tim Hayden Ron Hirsch Jeffrey Huang Anthony Interrante Joey Jackson Jeffrey Jacobi

James Kelm John Elliott Kirk Curt Kirschner Bob Kovacs Cheyenne Kratz Robert Lee Ron Lezell Sheening Lin James Loduca Ronald Loosen Keith Loring Brett Lucey Chetan Mahadeswara Rachel Manandhar Scott McCallister Eric McDonnell Leo Mikulich Kim Milosevich Otis Morgan Tommie Murphy Michael Nguyen Alvin Paez Raymond Palko Sergio Paz Glenn Peacock Alfredo Pedroza

Andrew Philips Everett Phillips Kenneth Philpot Kenneth Priore Robert Quon, MD Kevin Rasmussen Sean Ray Jeff Raynor Daniel Ripley Adam Robinson Craig Roecker Eric Rozendahl Ken Ruebush Joel Sale Abigail Sassoon Joshua Sassoon Steven Schroeder Mike Shaw Christopher Shepler Greg Short Jordan Smith Kenneth Smith Gill Sperlein Lois Springsteen Eric Stahl Jack Stephenson

Lisa Sterman, MPH, MD Eire Stewart Kevin Syvrud Vincent Tamariz Adam Taylor Brigette Temchuk Leslie Thiel William Tickner James Touchstone Parker Trewin Holotta Tymes Richard Vince Christopher Waddling Eric Waldron Michael Weiss Katherine Wendelsdorf Ty Whitehead Melanie Williams Zachary Wine Kelly Winters Rodney Wong Kevin Yeager Jeremy Yost Matthew Zils Jeremy Zondlo

Teams: $1,500 – $4,999 Jamie Aldaya & Steven Grigg Jake Bowers & Aaron Leifer David Cowell & Peter Ohm Laura Durakovich & Clyde Stormont Vaughn Frisby & Andrew Hattori Laurie S. Hane & Matthew Marquis David Newcomb & Peter Vizcaino

Jared Paul & Gregory Sroda Liz Pesch & Christopher Wiseman Ezra Price & Leigh Saito

SANTA SKIVVIES RUN $10,000+ Steven Bracco Joseph Peters-Mathews

DO-IT-YOURSELF EVENTS $1,500 – $4,999 Max Hamilton

Events DINING OUT FOR LIFE Teams: $10,000+ Steven Abbott, Chip McAllister, Gary Snow & James Stephens Teams: $5,000 – $9,999 David Guzman, Stephen Kling & Silvio Silva

Individuals: $1,500 – $4,999 Philip Besirof Mary Cha-Caswell Matthew Denckla David Hendricks Lisa Sterman, MPH, MD Paul B. Tan, DMD

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$5,000 – $9,999 Hamish Chandra $1,500 – $4,999 Jacob Ayoub Vaughn Frisby Jared Hemming Scott Yarmark

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2,700,00018,00 935522135400 16594%80%38 942,61250%41 41,441153,6332 900,00059,00 60802,61397% $15,000,00098 31100016,100,0 2,37262055%9 THOUSANDS OF DONORS, ONE FOUNDATION When you make a commitment to San Francisco AIDS Foundation, you put your trust in us.

To honor that trust, we are diligent about maximizing the impact of your donation. In 2016, 84¢ of every dollar donated went directly to the life-saving programs and services provided to our clients. Because of our commitment to managing your contributions responsibly, Charity Navigator, an independent charity watchdog, awarded San Francisco AIDS Foundation with an accountability and transparency score of 96%, well above both local and national averages.

Partners in Caring

Ongoing monthly contributions provide an important source of year-round funding in support of our work. The following list recognizes members of Partners in Caring who made recurring gifts totaling $500 or more in 2016. $2,500+ Kenneth Okin

$1,000 – $2,499 David Capurro Bruno Delagneau, MD Susan Donker Jean & Nicholas Hall Gaius Jurado George Labella Maya Kumagai Okada Michael Phillips

Mike Shaw Ian Stockdale T. G. Zimmerman Anonymous

$500 – $999 Donald A. Ackerman Kathleen Ahrens Dean Basilio Louis & Arlene Bates Steve & Bobbie Benninga Marlis Branaka

Stanley Chan & Christine Schmitt Chan Craig Claussen Mary Ellen Curtis Thomas Dean Tracie & James Decker Lillian Fireside Suzanne Hendrich Russell Hurley Rick Jarvis Gary West & Marina Jimenez

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Ellice Kaminsky Russell & Georgiann Kite Mark Kornmann Cheryl Labriola David & Robin Lee Anne Loftis Nicole Moreno Michael Gillespie & Kirk Nass Miranda & Chuck Niemoth Karen Riley Joshua & Abigail Sassoon

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Anne Sayre Sara Scott James Scott Sinnott & Irina De Fischer Juli Ann Todd Sharon Cabeen & David Wherry Patricia White Constance Wright Paula Zwagerman Anonymous


00 020 8394 1,441 278 250 %$15,000,000 847 000 9,000,000 Legacy Society

Members of the Legacy Society have honored San Francisco AIDS Foundation by including us in their estate plans. We gratefully acknowledge the receipt of legacy gifts from the following estates made in 2016.

Raymond Brown & Ventura Perez Lawrence H. Cook, Jr.

James S. DeLoach Alberto Diaz Leroy Farmer

Clayton M. Grillo Ann K. Hobbs Donald Hodges

Ingeborg Shewbridge Dale Stancliff

First City Club

First City Club members contribute $1,000 or more directly to the Annual Fund, ensuring ongoing direct services to clients. In return for this generosity, members receive access to exclusive events and discussions on current topics in HIV prevention and care, hosted by the First City Council.

CURE GROUP $10,000+ Wendy Jordan Kevin Sweeney Anonymous (2)

ADVOCACY GROUP $5,000 – $7,499 Paul Asente & Ron Jenks Andrew Goode Alex Kain Neil MacPhail Anonymous

TREATMENT GROUP $2,500 – $4,999 Jennifer & Steven Bermudez Debora & Christopher Booth John Dains Heather Hanly & Daniel Purcell Stanley & Monica Hayes Sharon Mullen Kenneth Okin Zachary Papilion George & Vauna Powell Anonymous

PREVENTION GROUP $1,000 – $2,499 Mark Averett Tarick Bedeir Paul Biondi Norbert & Inger Bischofberger Robert Bodzin David Bowden Edward & Jan Brown Susan Bullis Richard & Gina Asaro Busalacchi David Capurro Doug Carlson John Carlson Denis Carrade John Challis Leona Chanin Ann Chiga Franklin Ching & Charley Kearns Tomas Cihlar Melanie Clay Michael Cooper James Crumbacher Karan Curtis Bruno Delagneau, MD Sharon Dillon Max Don Susan Donker Luc ‘Mark’ Duong Thomas Durein Richard Fiory

Shirley Forbes Jean Zofia Frisbie Edwards Edward Gama Jonathan Gibbons Robert Gleeson Richard Gobler Allan Gold Kenneth Goldman Susan & Sidney Goodwill Marian & William Gould Michael Gregg Billy Hackenson Nicholas & Jean Hall Dr. Eli Harari Stephen Hatch William Hebert & Lori Schechter Dennis Hopkins Elizabeth Hosick Christine Hurd Gaius Jurado Lon Justice Dr. Ken Katz Kurt Krebs David Krinsky George Labella Valery Lanyi, MD Jeffrey Leider Barry & Marie Lipman Sean Livingston & Jeremy Pelkey Arkless & Phyllis Lloyd

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Jeffrey & Susanne Lyons Rakesh Magodia Mark Manasse & Janet Mohle-Boetani Luciana Mazzola Jean Mitchell & Frederick L. Cannon Nathan Moya Regina Myers William Neely David Odato Garrick Ohlsson Maya Kumagai Okada Barbara Paine Michael Phillips Kenneth Powell & Rona Foster Jamie Ramsay Arthur Rangel Jose Resendiz Walter Rieman William Robinson Howard Roffman James Rooney Charles Russell-Schlesinger Charles Ryan Tony Sachs Lloyd Santy Michael Schembri Terri Schuster Charles David Scronce Renee & Philip Seay Mike Shaw

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Christopher Shepler Andrew Shore James Scott Sinnott & Irina De Fischer David Slattengren Kevin & Laurel Smith Ron Smithson, Jr. Ian Stockdale Earl Stokes & Alex Kiforenko Leslie Strauss Janet Swords Thomas Tarnowski Gene Tate James Thompson Sheila Thorne Robert Togie Wayne Unger Adam Wand Donna & John Warnken-Brill Markus Watson Judith Wilber & Robert Miller Michelle Winner Ellen Winter Martha Ann & Sandy Wishnev Peter Zajichek T. G. Zimmerman Anonymous (3)


We are grateful for the strong support of our individual, corporate and institutional donors. Your generosity not only makes our work possible, it affirms our belief that we are in it together. Whether you supported a participant in one of our fundraising events, donated at Tribute Celebration, made a gift in response to a letter, or gave in some combination of these, you showed up for us in amazing ways. The following list reflects your cumulative 2016 investment in our work. Our heartfelt thanks to everyone on this list.

Individual Donors $25,000+ Christian Hamilton Maja Kristin $10,000 – $24,999 Philip Besirof & Ryan Carter Robert & Colleen Haas Philip Hodges James C. Hormel & Michael P. Nguyen Wendy Jordan Matthew Marquis Scott Patterson Alex Sloan & Linus Mendenhall Kenneth Smith Kevin Sweeney Anonymous (2) $1,000 – $9,999 James Aanenson Florent Abadie Steven Abbott & James Stephens Jethro Abreu Sybilla Ackerman Frank Adair Thomas Adamson Michele Aguilar John-Paul Aguirre Alba Alamillo Lamar Alayoubi Brandie Albright Gabriel Aldaz Patricia Aljoe Anda Ambrosini Joseph Amram Anne Anderson Chana Anderson David Andrade Shirley Arington Celestine Armenta Paul Asente & Ron Jenks Alexis Avalon Anthony & Jacqueline Avellar Mark Averett Eddie Baba Marie Babione Jason Backman

Michael Baehr Richard Baehr Sebastian Baerend Phillip Balistrieri Cristobal Baray Gabriel Barba Jaclyn Barcewski Anthony Barker Steve Barker Polly Baroco Vicki Barr Sean Barron Joel & Wendy Bartlett Michael Barton Zachary Barulich Louis & Arlene Bates Robert Bathrick Shawn Bauer James Beasley Tarick Bedeir Brien Bell Bobby & Cecilia Bell Clifton Bell Tyson Bell Denise Bellotti Denny Belrose Andrew Belschner & Thomas DiRenzo Kathleen Bendernagel Charles Bendes Albert & Pamela Bendich Marc Benioff Teresa Asten Bennett Laura Benz Garrett Berg Patricia Berini Richie Berlin Jennifer & Steven Bermudez Allan Bernstein Donald Berry Kris Besley Giancarlo Bettinelli Scott Bever Paul Biondi Norbert & Inger Bischofberger Anthony Blackburn Shannon Bloemker James Bly Rochelle & Steve Bochner

Robert Bodzin D Boggs Joshua Boilard Sarah Greiner Boorstein & Michael Boorstein Debora & Christopher Booth Corwin & Margaret Booth Peter Borkon & Kristofer Konietzko Stephana Bottom Roslyn Boulianne Colby Bourgeois David Bowden Walter Bowman Michael Boyd Steven Bracco Peter Bradford Jacob Braginsky Angela & Douglas Braly Cynthia Brandon Greg Braun Will Brodak David Bronner & John Pacheco Douglas Brooks Donald Brown Ed & Jan Brown Jeremy Brown John Brown Julie & Mike Brown Patricia Brown Richard Brown Michael Bryce Linda Buchanan Hernadi Budisantoso Susan Bullis Richard & Gina Asaro Busalacchi Scott Butcher Tim Butler Lee Butterman Elizabeth Byrne Thomas Byrne Elisa Cabezas James Camou Perry Cantarutti David Capurro John Cardente Adele Carlson Doug Carlson John Carlson

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Juliana Carnes David E. Carney Denis Carrade Robert Carstensen Ian Cartan Alan Carter Valerie Caruso Charlie Castaneda Maureen Catalina Kevin Caudill John Celenza Mary Cha-Caswell Daniel Chak Hamish Chandra Che-Hsin Joseph Chang & Michael Brown Leona Chanin Paul Charron Brian Checkoway Martin Checov & Timothy Bause Monica Chen Marc Cherry Cindy Cheung & Ed Lin Ann Chiga Cheryln Chin Franklin Ching & Charley Kearns Christopher Chorey Mark & Mango Chow Alexander Christensen Eric Christiansen Tomas Cihlar Carlyse Ciocca Melanie Clay Arleigh Closser Earl Co George Cogan Michael Cogliandro & Ken Dean Tony Coleman Cheryl Coles Eric J. Collier & Joseph Newell Lee D Collins Margaret Collins Brian Conaghan & Shawn Priggel Frances Connelly Colby Conner Daniel Conti Marcos Contreras

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Ron Conway Nathan Cook Elizabeth Coolidge Michael Cooper Peter Cooperstein Scot Corrigan David Costa Kenneth & Sarah Coverdell Christopher Cowen Thomas Cox Jennifer Creech David Crestfield John Crisafulli Carolyn Crowell James Crumbacher Alyssa Cuellar Marty Cull Clifford Curry Karan Curtis David Cush Steven Czekala, DDS Hugo Dacruz John Dains Dean Daniels Alan Davis Bruce Davis & Robert Murray Cheryl Degrasse Terry Dela Cruz Bruno Delagneau, MD David Delo Erik Delong Joe Deloss Matthew Denckla Dennis Dentoni Daniel & Marie Deplazes Traci Des Jardins Art Desuyo & John Finn Rolf Devegt Justin Devine Dianna DeVore Javier Diaz James Dietze Mike Dillon Sharon Dillon Phil & John Dinapoli Casey Dinsmore Diana & Arjun Divecha Tanya Domier Susan Donker Doug Donnellan


(Individual Donors cont’d)

Cindy Dougherty Dave Drake Maisha Draves Mary Droese Richard Droese John D’Souza Nancy Durlester DuBois Deary Duffie & Daniel Dallabrida William Duhamel Luc ‘Mark’ Duong Matthew Duran Maurice Duran Thomas Durein Cory Dykstra Corey Eckert Scott Edelman J Evan Edinger Susan Edmonds Michael Eichler Richard Elefant Stephen Engblom Joanne Engel Jeff Eorio Dr. Milton Estes J. Scott Evans Richard Fabian Jeff Fallick Robert Falzon Peter Farmer Elizabeth Farrelly Andre Farris Frederick Felman Andrea Fernandes Rohit J Fernandez Gary Filizetti Richard Fiory Karin & James Fitzgerald Michael & Vicky Flatt Raymond Fletcher Shirley Forbes Jason Forbis Dorothy Ford Marshall Fordyce Carol Forte Celeste Fountain Susanne Fountain Rachel Frazier Dale Freeman Jean Zofia Frisbie Edwards Stephen Fronk & Brian Garrett Kyle Fukuchi Jonathan Fulk Matt Fust Andrew Fyfe Rene Gaines Daniel Galvan Jacqueline Ganz George & Linda Garbarino Josh Garbarino Ferdinand Garcia Kevin Gardner & Paul Morrell Richard Gardner & Melvin Burns

Tom Garigliano Spencer Garrett Joseph Gerlach Jonathan Gibbons Timothy Gies Cindy Gilbert & David Greenstein Thomas Gill Trevor Gilmore Robert Gleeson Judy & Steven Gluckstern Richard Gobler Randall Goetzl Allan Gold Mark Goldhawk John & Marcia Goldman Kenneth Goldman Shuang Gong Kevin Gonzalez Maynor Gonzalez Andrew Goode James Goodkind Brenda Goodman Jonathan Goodrich Susan & Sidney Goodwill Gregory Gordon Rex Gordon Marian & William Gould William Gould, Jr. Paul Grand Christiaan Grant Susan Grau Stephen Gray Shelby Green David Greenstein Marina Greenwood Michael Gregg Ronald Gregoire Erin Griffith Jodi Grills Daniel Grimaldi John Grimes Dick Grosboll Jennifer Grothaus Paul Guirguis Karen Gunther Chuck Gutro Billy Hackenson Kevin Haggerty Ben Haines James Haldan Jean & Nicholas Hall Ellen Haller Richard Hamer Brian Hamway Mimi Hancock Thomas Hanes Patrick Haney Heather Hanly & Daniel Purcell James Hansen Michael Hansen Dr. Eli Harari Stacey Harper Joseph Harrington Zoë Harris Justin Harrison

Richard Harrison Chris Hastings Ranjan Hatch Stephen Hatch Stanley & Monica Hayes Mark Headley Joseph Heal William Hebert & Lori Schechter Steven Heintz Robert Henkel George Herzog Elizabeth Hickey Antoine Hicks Victoria Hill Mark Himelstein Steven Hinckley David Scott Hirsch Ron Hirsch Andrew Hirss Eric Ho Christine Hobbs Joseph Hollendoner Kristin Holler Crispin Hollings Raymond Holmes Peter Holson Perry Hood Perry Hookey Bryan Hope Candace Hopkins Dennis Hopkins Ben Horowitz Elizabeth Hosick Charles Houck Wayne Houck Jonathan Howell Edward Hoyt Lisa Hoyt Jeffrey Huang Serge Huard & Cris Christensen Zephyr Hubbard Mark Huebner Alec Hughes Cory Hunt Karl Huntzicker & Robert Kraynak Christine Hurd David Hutchinson & Panutda Suwannanonda Kenneth Iha Elvis Iniguez Bobby Inman Kristin Jacob Jeffrey Jacobi Tracey Jaquith Jeff Javits Charles Jeff Jay Jeffers Sudabeh Jelveh Glenn Jenkins Frank Jernigan Stacy Jimenez Anna Johnson Carl Johnson Christopher Johnson

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Julie Johnson Patrick Johnson Eva Jones Tim Jones Daniel Joraanstad & Robert Hermann Nathan Judkins Molly Junck Sohee Jung Gaius Jurado Lon Justice Carmel & Carrie Kabash David Kadel Richard Kadel Diane Kahan Alex Kain Elizabeth Kaiser Cindy Kane Jeffrey Kanter Judi Kaplan Charlotte Katz Dr. Ken Katz Stacey Kayden Thomas R. Kearney James Kehr John Keiser John Keker Suzy Kellems Dominik Erin Kelly-Burkett James Kelm Sharon Kelm Charles Binkley Ann Kennedy Gary Kent Stuart Kent & Mark Pellegrino Jane Kern Jacqui Ketner Michael Kidd & Kenneth Sloan Daniel Kiefer Denise Kimbrel Michael Kinsley Curt Kirschner Henry Kistler Kris Kitto Kevin Klein Ross Kline Jeff Klingner Thomas Kocon Diane Kopitsky Susan Kornfield Mary Jo & Dick Kovacevich Kurt Krebs Andrew Krech David Krinsky Roger Kruse Judith Kuriansky Michael Kutner George Labella Hugh Labree Sharon Lacy David Lafever Laura Lange Paul Lanyi Valery Lanyi, MD

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Valerie Large George Larribas & Ed Hornberger Kay Larsen Todd Larsen Peter Laska Michelle Laurie Dustin Lawrence Paula LeDuc Chu-Min Lee Danette Lee Irene Lee Lisa Lee Robert Lee Loïc LeGland Jeffrey Leider Lawrence Lemos Ronald Lenker John LePage Georg Lester Kai Leung Cathy Lewis Nicholas Lewis Sheryl & Eric Lewis Ron Lezell Barbara Liepman Michael Light Cheng-Huei Lin Mat Lindstedt Barry & Marie Lipman Peter Lippman David Littlefield Sean Livingston & Jeremy Pelkey Arkless & Phyllis Lloyd Micky Lloyd Rory Loeb George Loftis Jody Logan Janet Loring Leonel Lorta, Jr. Richard Low Brett Lucey Glynis Ludlum Ryan Luecke Vince Luk John Lum Joshua Lundell John Lundsten Norman Lunnen-Aleks Franklin Lyons Jeffrey & Susanne Lyons Wayne Lyons Donald Macdonald Matthew Maclean Neil MacPhail Fernando Madeira Rodrigues Sasha Madfes Rakesh Magodia David Mahoney Stephen Mahoney Annette Maka Mireille Mallouh Mark Manasse & Janet Mohle-Boetani Jeffrey Manese


(Individual Donors cont’d)

Tom Mangin Sankarbala Manoharan Loida Marcelino Jacquie Mardell John & Lynda Marren Brian Martin Harold Martin Antonio Martinez Joleen Martinez Renee Martinez Victor Martinez Max Mason & Drew Metcalfe Ronnie Mason Richard Masters William & Tim Matheson Kariz Matic Paris Matic Nathan Maughan Jennifer Maxwell Elizabeth Mayer Jonathan Mayer Vincent Mazza Luciana Mazzola Daniel Mazzoncini Chip McAllister Laurie & Virginia McBain Chris McCall Jeff McCashland Karin McClune Peter & Tracy McConnell Anthony McCown Jeff McCoy Stephen McGeown Catherine McGuire Mary Anne McGuire Hickey & John Hickey Joan McLean Douglas McLeod Katharine McMahon Lawrence McMahon Shaun McMahon John McNulty Henry Meadows Jeff Meaney Jan Medina Shane Meistrich Ian Menzies Cindy Merrigan John Mersho Marsha & David Mesher Ed Meskey Chris Miller Claire Milligan Megan & Alex Minkiewicz Kajsa & Zach Minor Jean Mitchell & Frederick L. Cannon Jeffrey Mohler Marcia Molina Jason Moment Randall Montbriand Candi Moore Ken & Kris Moore Gerard Morales Shawn Morel Jacob Morgan

Keith Morgridge Srijita Mori Rosie Moultrie Nathan Moya Brian Moynihan Sharon Mullen Rudolph Muller Godfrey Mungal Enrique Munoz Torres Regina Myers Lisa Nakamoto Jeff Nanney Scott Nash Victor Navarro Sunil Nayar Lucas Nealan William Neely Tony Negri & Kha Hoang Linda Nelson Mark Nelson Jamie Nesbitt Susan Nesbitt Bao-Viet Nguyen Robert Norem Colm O’Brien Daniel O’Donnell Mark O’Donnell John Ockerbloom David Odato Jeff Oestreich Garrick Ohlsson Maya Kumagai Okada Kenneth Okin Edward Orson Yahaira Ortiz LeRoy Ortopan Harold Osborn Carol Osborne Frank Ott David Otto Susan Otto Andrew Over Madan Paidhungat Premanand Paidhungat Barbara Paine Katherine Palermino Raymond Palko Wayne Pan Fernando Pantoja Zachary Papilion Bakul Patel Tim Patriarca & James Wang Gary Patterson Michael Patterson R. Lee Patterson Monica Pauli Andrew Paxton Cara Peck Paul Pedersen Nancy Perata Robyh Perchik Tom Perrault & Sal Giambanco Hunter Perrin Craig Persiko & Geoffrey Benjamin Craig Petersen

Jacob Petrie Anne Petrowsky Thomas Phelan David & Janice Phillips Michael Phillips Piyapong Phongpatanakhun Joey Pintauro Jeff Pittelkau Julius Pleshakov Joe Poch Jeffrey Poe David Polakovs Daniel Ponciano Brian Popplewell Dr. George Powell Kenneth Powell & Rona Foster Robert Powell Jeremy Pratt Theodore Preusch Jonathan Pritchard Max Kirkeberg Jim Prost Herbert Pruitt Robert Puccini Jennifer Puleo Robert Quayle Robert Quon, MD & Mark Oliver Raghav Rajagopalan Nancy Ramamurthi Jamie Ramsay Arthur Rangel Valery Rashkov Bjarne Rasmussen Jeffrey Raynor & Thomas Woo Macgregor Read David Reaves Bill Reding John Reed Ric Reed Phil Reese Colton Reid Lee Reid & Michael Wagner Ross Reinman James Reis Lance Relicke Scotty Remnant Jose Resendiz Sylvia Reynolds Chris Rhett Cecile Riborozo David Richardson Kathi Ridley Walter Rieman Daniel Ripley Jesse Riscen Scott Roberts Adam Robinson William Robinson Lisa Robson Leonardo Rocco Matthew & Taryl Rodnick Randy Rodrigues Craig Roecker

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Howard Roffman Leslie Rogers James Rooney Kim Roper Andrew Rota Terrie Rowen Sumit Roy & Michele Covell Eric Rozendahl Becca Russell Jason Russell Charles Russell Schlesinger M Duane Rutledge Charles Ryan Diane Sabin Tony Sachs Miguel Saenz Clifford Samuel & Lisa Yetzer-Samuel Sandra Samuels John S. San Agustin Nicholas Sanchez Marc Sanchis Lloyd Santy Joshua & Abigail Sassoon Leon Sassoon Aniruddha Sathaye Dale Sause Thad Sauvain Scott Sawtelle Sylvette Sawyers Gary Sbona Alan Schacter Roger & Kate Schafer Frank Schaffarczyk Joy Scharmen Rob Schaublin-Yanes Anjie Schell Michael Schembri Joyce Schenewerk Jefferson Scher Mike Schmitt Diane Schneiderman Catherine & Douglas Schnell Joshua Schodorf Robert Schonfeld Daniel Schroeder Steven Schroeder Terri Schuster Jeffrey Schwartz Nathaniel Schwartz Charles David Scronce Renee & Philip Seay Blake Seely & Santiago Farias Russ Selinger Andrew Sewell Rod Seymore Fionan Shanahan Kevin Shanahan Mike Shaw Aubrey Shelton Christopher Shepler Fredric Sherman E Shiota Brian Shire & Tony Pham

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Andrew Shore Greg Short Todd Shortlidge William Siewert Karen Silverman Thom Silvius Fay Simons Howard Simons Julie Singer James Scott Sinnott & Irina De Fischer David Slattengren Christopher Smart Lynette Smirnov Alice Smith Brad Smith Christina Smith Donald Smith Kevin & Laurel Smith Mickey Smith Ron Smith Steven Smith Ron Smithson, Jr. Sara Smollett Warren Snaider Denise R. Sobel Jane Solomon Mary Ann Sorensen Samar Soriano Sountru Sountru Adam Souza Raymond Souza, Jr. Timothy Spann Ronald Speno Juno Spira Wesley Spowhn Linda Springsteen Lois Springsteen & Bill Bryant Wayne P. Springsteen Ryan Squire Gregory Sroda Jo Ann Sroda Geoffrey Stack Eric Stahl Robert Stahl Todd Stallings Sam Stamey Shelby Stark Michael Steel Robin Steele Michael Stees Barbara Stein Jack Stephenson Lisa Sterman & Caroline Reich Michael Stevens Claudia Stewart Eire Stewart Kathryn Stivers Ian Stockdale Earl Stokes & Alex Kiforenko Leslie Strauss Jennifer Stringer Kathleen Stucker Stephen Stuehmeyer Todd Suchevits


(Individual Donors cont’d)

Jason Suitts Jean Summerville Jason Surles John Sutton Guru Swamy Tom Swan Harold & Gwendolyn Sweeney Lyle Sweeney Mike Swingler Janet Swords Eriko Talley Paul B. Tan, DMD Thomas Tarnowski Gene Tate Larry Thacker Anna Thiel Elizabeth Thiel Ardel Thomas Richard Thomas James Thompson Kelly Thompson Beau Thomson Sheila Thorne William Tickner Garrett Tillman Robert Togie Lynn Tolin Barbara Tolman Justin Tolmer & Paul Hastings Canh Tran John Tran Sue Trautman Johnn Trautwein Grant Travis Parker Trewin Elizabeth Treynor Marc Tribble Hoang-Chi Truong David Tsai Merrill Turner Monica Turner William Turner John Twomey Alex Unger Victor Unger Selino Valdes Scott Valentine Elliott Vales Marie Vallejo John Valmores Michael Vanni Belen Velez Edward Viljoen Richard Vince Nancy Vitale & Michelle Roberts Stacey Vogel Rob Volpe Toni Von Dohren Gretchen Von Gustlin Alexandra Vorbeck Bruce Walker Graham Walker Steven Wang Wei Wang

Mark Ware John & Donna Warnken-Brill Stacy Washington Jerry Waters Andrew Watson Markus Watson Maureen Watson Linda Watt Brent Watters Cydney Watterson William Weatherford John Weaver Susan Weldy Dr. Kathleen Welsh Margit Wennmachers Thomas Werdel Kelly Wetherbee Keith Wetmore Jan Wexner Gregory Whitaker Theodore Wigger & Cris Christensen Jim & Peggy Wiggett Brent Wilband Judith Wilber & Robert Miller Tommy Wiles Douglas Will Matt Willer Paul Williams Mark Wilson Zachary Wine Celia Wing Dennis Winger Michelle Winner Ellen Winter Kelly Winters Martha Ann & Sandy Wishnev Floyd Withrow Gi Gi F C Wong Jocelyn Wong Frank Woo Michael Woo Chris Wright Joseph & Cathy Wu Robert Wygand John Yang Manny Yap Clinton Yara Linda Yates Lisa Yetzer Shirley Yeung John Young Peter Zajichek William Zale Jennie Zeff Ron Zeff Xiangyu Zhang Kaye Zigrang Joseph Zils Jeffrey Zimman & Ken Ruebush T. G. Zimmerman Kyle Zink Christopher Zolezzi Anonymous (10)

Corporate Donors $100,000+ Google M.A.C. AIDS Fund

Johnson & Johnson Microsoft Corporation Morrison & Foerster LLP

$50,000 – $99,999 Bank of America Gilead Sciences, Inc. ViiV Healthcare Anonymous

$10,000 – $14,999 Adobe Systems, Inc. Bloomberg L.P. Blue Shield of California Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Cisco Systems Hellman & Friedman JPMorgan Chase & Co. Visa International

$25,000 – $49,999 Chevron Corporation CyberNet Entertainment LLC Wells Fargo Yahoo Inc. $15,000 – $24,999 BlackRock FedEx Corporation Genentech, Inc.

$5,000 – $9,999 Bank of the West Employee Giving Program Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals

The Charles Schwab Corporation Cornerstone Research, Inc. Cycling Sports Group Dan Dodd Realtor, Inc. Dolby Match Program Electronic Arts FRONTEO Goldman Sachs Gives Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Co. IBM Intuit Medtronic Mr. D Holdings, LLC Pace Communications Young’s Market Company Zuni Cafe

Institutional Donors $50,000+ 49ers Foundation Levi Strauss Foundation The Salesforce.com Foundation $25,000 – $49,999 Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS Yahoo Employee Foundation $10,000 – $24,999 Chevron Humankind Community Thrift Store Dorskind Family Foundation

Episcopal Church of St. Mary The Virgin Foresters Financial The John and Marcia Goldman Foundation The Morrison & Foerster Foundation The PG&E Corporation Foundation PwC Charitable Foundation The San Francisco Foundation – Carrie Manasse Trust Walmart Foundation Anonymous

$5,000 – $9,999 Autodesk Foundation Bright Funds Foundation East Bay Community Foundation – The C&L Fund Feather Foundation The Fenton Family Charitable Fund GE Foundation Horizons Foundation Imperial Council of San Francisco, Inc. VMWare Foundation Wallis Foundation

$5,000 – $19,999 3D Bike Fit American Medical Response Boudin Bakery The Coca-Cola Co. FedEx Corporation Gluck Daniel LLC Kettle Chips Nuun and Company

Paceline Products Quest Nutrition Savvy Bike Sports Basement Tank18 Winery Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc. University of California San Francisco

In-Kind Gifts $100,000+ Morrison & Foerster LLP $20,000 – $49,999 CLIF Bar, Inc. Cycling Sports Group Peet’s Coffee Southern California University of Health Sciences

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2016 ANNUAL REPORT


Financial Summary The financial information included herein is derived from our audited financial statements for the year ended June 30, 2016. A complete copy can be found on our website at www.sfaf.org/about-us/financial-information.

Statement of Financial Position

As of June 30, 2016 and June 30, 2015 ($000)

2016 2015 ASSETS Cash $ 1,599 $ 1,649 Investments 9,640 10,756 Accounts receivable 3,883 2,211 Contributions receivable, net 1,079 1,096 Prepaid expenses 583 519 Security deposits and other assets 129 131 Property and equipment, net 8,865 8,388 TOTAL ASSETS

$

$

24,750

LIABILITIES Accounts payable and accrued expenses $ 2,032 $ Accrued payroll and related liabilities 1,167 Deferred rent 1,432 Refundable advances 170 Capital lease obligations 103

1,612 1,092 1,499 173 75

Total liabilities

4,904

4,451

NET ASSETS Unrestricted 18,922 Temporarily restricted 1,532 Permanently restricted 420

14,988 4,891 420

Total net assets

20,874

20,299

25,778

24,750

TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS

$

Statement of Activities and Changes in Net Assets

25,778

$

Years ended June 30, 2016 and June 30, 2015 ($000)

2016 PUBLIC AND GOVERNMENT SUPPORT Government grants $ 13,291 $ Contributions and grants Individuals 2,361 Corporations and foundations 2,748 Donated goods and services 638 Special events (net) 7,858 Subtotal public and government support

2015 11,021 3,073 3,426 489 9,027

26,896

27,036

REVENUES AND GAINS Net realized and unrealized losses on investments (58) Investment income 208 340B drug pricing program 2,073 Other 313

(92) 380 336 286

Subtotal revenues and gains

2,536

910

Total public and government support, revenues, and gains

29,432

27,946

EXPENSES Program services 24,200 Fund development 3,852 Support services 805

20,627 3,667 734

Total expenses

28,857

25,028

Change in net assets

575

2,918

NET ASSETS, BEGINNING OF YEAR NET ASSETS, END OF YEAR

$ $

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20,299 20,874

$ $

17,381 20,299


At a Glance

As of June 30, 2016 ($000)

Source of Revenue

%

Private Giving and Other Non-Government Sources Government Grants

16,141 13,291

54.8% 45.2%

TOTAL

29,432

100.0%

%

Program Services Fund Development Support Services

24,200 3,852 805

83.9% 13.3% 2.8%

TOTAL

28,857

100.0%

%

Community Based Health, HIV Prevention & Support Services Substance Health Services Housing Services HIV Advocacy and Education

12,326 6,743 3,453 1,678

50.9% 27.9% 14.3% 6.9%

TOTAL

24,200

100.0%

$

Expense Allocation by Function

$

Expenditures by Program Area

$

Leading the Way BOARD OF DIRECTORS*

EXECUTIVE TEAM

Philip T. Besirof (Chair) Morrison & Foerster LLP

Bruno Delagneau, MD Consultant

Mary Cha-Caswell (Vice Chair) Aspire Public Schools

Mike Dillon PwC

Steven Abbott (Secretary) Author and Archivist

Zoë Harris Genentech

Douglas Brooks Gilead Sciences, Inc.

Sean Livingston J.P. Morgan Private Banks

Hamish Chandra Savvy

Matthew Marquis VMware, Inc.

Christopher Cowen Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Kajsa Minor Shartsis Friese LLP

Robert F. Quon, MD The Permanente Medical Group Eric Rozendahl Wells Fargo Jack Stephenson First Data Corporation Lisa Sterman, MPH, MD HIV/AIDS Specialist Physician Paul B. Tan, DMD Dentist Dora Wong The Coca-Cola Company, North America Group

* Employers listed for affiliation purposes only

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Joe Hollendoner Chief Executive Officer Lara Brooks VP, Programs & Services Robert Grant, MD, MPH Chief Medical Officer Liz Pesch Chief Financial Officer Greg Sroda Chief Operating Officer


,700,00018,00 355221354002 6594%80%383 42,61250%41, 1,441153,63327 00,00059,000 0802,61397%$ This year’s annual report is inspired by the story that the numbers tell. Thanks to the generosity of our community, these numbers give us great confidence that we will achieve a number we never dared to dream possible: zero. Zero new HIV infections. Zero AIDS-related deaths. Zero HIV-related stigma.

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