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The AIDS Memorial Quilt Comes To Asheville

From Monday, November 26 – Saturday, December 1, WNCAP will present portions of the famous AIDS Memorial Quilt at the Asheville Masonic Temple. The exhibit is free and open to the public from 10am-7pm (10am-4pm on Monday, Nov 26).

WNCAP Seeks Businesses to Host Merry & Bright

Merry and Bright collects donated gifts from the community so that all children can have a happy holiday. But before we begin collecting presents from all those Santa Clauses out there, we need local businesses to host the Merry and Bright collection boxes.

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AIDS Memorial Quilt Sponsors 2018

Every year, WNCAP exhibits portions of the famous AIDS Memorial Quilt as a way to remember those lost to this disease and to raise awareness about HIV Prevention & Care in our local community. But it costs valuable resources to rent and exhibit the Quilt. Without community support, we could no longer bring this treasure…

Raise Your Hand Auction Is Discontinued

A personal message from WNCAP Executive Director Antonio Del Toro… Dear friends, The beginning of autumn is one of our favorite times of the year. Evenings grow cooler, and the sharp, earthy smell of burning firewood fills the air. The nightly chorus of cicadas fades and gives way to the sound of wind moving through the…

WNCAP Receives Funding to Advance WNC Harm Reduction Alliance

On September 19, 2018, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) awarded a $200,000 grant to Western NC AIDS Project (WNCAP) to combat the opioid crisis in the 7 far western counties of North Carolina: Clay, Cherokee, Graham, Haywood, Jackson, Macon, Swain and the Qualla Boundary. A total…

Register to Vote in the Midterm Elections

It’s true that every election year, pundits and politicians tell us that “this year is the most important election of your lifetime.” But in 2018 in North Carolina, that might actually be true. Not only is every House member and state lawmaker up for re-election, along with a slew of state judges. This year, six proposed…


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