WNCAP Mini-Docs

Are you ready for the WNCAP Mini-Docs? These short documentaries will premiere on World AIDS Day (December 1) on our website, social media pages, and e-newsletter. Visit the WNCAP pages on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter throughout the day on Tuesday, December 1st to view the premieres of all seven WNCAP Mini Docs. Don’t forget to sign up for the WNCAP e-newsletter as well. The filmmaker behind … Read More

Merry & Bright Holiday Gift Drive

Many WNCAP clients cannot afford to give their children presents for the holidays. We believe ALL children deserve a happy holiday. That’s why we are once again asking for help for our Merry & Bright Holiday Gift Drive. Donate to Merry & Bright HERE! Every year, generous community members donate both money and toys so that our case managers can … Read More

World AIDS Day 2020

World AIDS Day is a little different this year. Although we can’t meet in person, we can still celebrate this important occasion. Throughout the day on Tuesday, December 1st, WNCAP will be commemorating World AIDS Day by remembering those we have lost and celebrating those who are helping to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic once and for all. Visit the WNCAP … Read More

December 1 | Virtual World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is a little different this year. Although we can’t meet in person, we can still celebrate this important occasion. Throughout the day on Tuesday, December 1st, WNCAP will be commemorating World AIDS Day by remembering those we have lost and celebrating those who are helping to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic once and for all. Visit the WNCAP … Read More

August 30 | Virtual Overdose Awareness Day

In collaboration with Seek Healing, WNCAP invites the entire community to join us for Overdose Awareness Day on Sunday, August 30. Although we cannot gather in person this year, we will continue to honor this day by providing an online space, from 4pm-6pm, to congregate and show support. To register for this online event, click here. If you have lost someone to … Read More

Celebrate Overdose Awareness Day 2020

In collaboration with Seek Healing, WNCAP invites the entire community to join us for Overdose Awareness Day on Sunday, August 30. Although we cannot gather in person this year, we will continue to honor this day by providing an online space, from 4pm-6pm, to congregate and show support. To register for this online event, click here. If you have lost someone to … Read More

August 20 | Southern HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

There is an HIV/AIDS crisis in the South. More than half of all new HIV diagnoses are in Southern states. Even though modern medications should rule out even a single death from AIDS, more than 2,500 Southerners died from AIDS-related causes in 2017. Today, on Southern HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (SHAAD) is the day we rewrite our narrative! SHAAD gives us … Read More

HIV/AIDS Crisis in the South

There is an HIV/AIDS crisis in the South. More than half of all new HIV diagnoses are in Southern states. Even though modern medications should rule out even a single death from AIDS, more than 2,500 Southerners died from AIDS-related causes in 2017. Today, on Southern HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (SHAAD) is the day we rewrite our narrative! SHAAD gives us … Read More

LAST CHANCE to Stream “Born to Be”

The exclusive link to stream Born to Be expires at 11:30 PM on Friday, July 10. Don’t miss this “lively, moving” documentary about pioneering, gender-affirming surgery and the lives it changes. All proceeds from our Born to Be virtual screening will be donated to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute to support their efforts to protect and defend the lives of Black Trans people. We have … Read More

July 1-9 | Born to Be – Virtual Film Screening

Born To Be virtual film screening WNCAP

WNCAP invites everyone to a Pay-What-You-Can virtual screening of Born to Be, a “lively, moving” documentary about transgender and non-binary people seeking transition-related healthcare. All proceeds from our Born to Be virtual screening will be donated to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute to support their efforts to protect and defend the lives of Black Trans people. Email Michael Poandl at mpoandl@wncap.org or call (703) … Read More