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WNCAP Accepting Submissions for Signature Piece

Calling all artists! WNCAP is now accepting submissions for the Signature Piece Art Competition. The juried competition will select a first-place winning artwork which will serve as the cornerstone of Be Our Guest, WNCAP’s fall celebration featuring the 30th Anniversary Raise Your Hand Auction. All proceeds from Be Our Guest will directly benefit WNCAP in its mission to provide HIV…

WNCAP Speaks On Jones Street

On June 12th, 2018, a delegation of WNCAP staff and volunteers traveled to Raleigh to fight for people living with HIV throughout North Carolina. The annual event, called “HIV Speaks on Jones Street” is organized by the North Carolina AIDS Action Network (NCAAN). Left to Right: WNCAP Advocates Jody Cross, Michael Poandl, and Jeffrey Long stand before the…

WNCAP Accepting Requests for AIDS Quilt Panels

The last week of November, WNCAP will bring selected panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt to Asheville. We prefer to choose panels that honor family and friends of people living here in WNC. If you would like to request the Quilt panel of a loved one, please reach out. Contact Randy at randy@wncap.org or call (828) 252-7489. Let’s work together…

WNCAP Offices Will Be Closed on July 4th

It’s that time of year again: fireworks, hamburgers, picnic blankets – Independence Day is right around the corner. All WNCAP offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 4th, in honor of Independence Day. If you need to speak with a Case Manager or any WNCAP employee, be sure to call, email, or stop by before or…

Meet The New WNCAP Leadership

Antonio Del Toro (pictured left) will serve as WNCAP’s new Executive Director while Iosvany Gispert (pictured right) will be the new Associate Executive Director. WNCAP announced today the selection of Antonio Del Toro as its new Executive Director. He will help lead WNCAP during its fourth decade of providing resources to people living with HIV/AIDS in…

WNCAP will lead Post-Film Discussion at June 10 Israeli Film

Attention film lovers! On Sunday, June 10, the Asheville Jewish Community Center will screen “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?” as part of their monthly Israeli film series. It will play at the Grail Moviehouse at 2pm. The movie deals with LGBTQ and HIV-related issues, and representatives from WNCAP will lead a post-film discussion about HIV in our…

Donate Extra Rain Gear to help WNCAP Clients

Despite the famous song, most people don’t like getting caught in the rain. But some people in our community don’t have a choice. With all of the extreme rain WNC has been experiencing, a lot of our homeless clients are really suffering. WNCAP is now accepting donations of rain gear and camping supplies: tarps, stakes,…

Volunteers Wanted for Food Delivery

On the second and fourth Saturdays of every month, WNCAP, in partnership with Loving Food Resources, delivers boxes of nutritious food to homebound clients who have difficulty accessing adequate food. We are in need of dependable volunteers who can deliver food within the Asheville/Buncombe area from 10am-12pm. If you or someone you know is interested in giving back to the…

WNCAP Certified as Living Wage Employer

WNCAP has been officially recognized as a Living Wage Certified employer by Just Economics, a member-driven, economic justice advocacy organization whose mission is to educate, advocate, and organize for a just and sustainable local economy that works for all in Western North Carolina. WNCAP is one of over 400 local organizations that have committed to providing…