Being An AIDS Advocate
Desert AIDS Project was founded as an all-volunteer response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in 1984 so we fully treasure the drive, dedication, and heart that volunteers bring on a daily basis. Whether it's a helping hand at the Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards, a devoted phlebotomist drawing blood, or a friendly voice on the other end of the phone, our volunteers are the backbone of many of our programs, services, events, and especially, our Revivals Stores.
At the end of every year, we hold a Volunteer Appreciation Dinner, where our volunteers are the stars – no matter the hours they've served – while D.A.P. staff and employees take on volunteer duties. Its one small way for us to show our volunteers how much we truly appreciate them.
If you'd like more information about how you can be an AIDS advocate by volunteering, read more about current volunteer opportunities at the D.A.P. office and Revivals Stores, or answer the call for assistance at one of our many special events held throughout the year.
Or, download and print the application form and waiver of liability and return to , Volunteer Services Associate.
For further information about volunteering, please contact Hudson Alling, Volunteer Services Associate at (760) 992-0441 or .