Since 1986, AIN has provided programs and resources to people affected by HIV/AIDS. AIN relies on caring, generous people like you to support our mission to prevent the spread of HIV and serve people living with HIV/AIDS and other vulnerable populations.
Please make your donation today.
“AIN saved my life.” ~ Jeremy
What Our Clients Are Saying
“I come here to rest and sleep to be able to get through the rest of my day.”
“The public transportation services are the best source ever!”
~ D. Johnson
“The staff at AIN is professional, courteous and kind…genuinely supportive of each client.”
“At AIN I found support with people willing to show me the resources available in Dallas and offering transportation to get to those resources.”
“I had to walk to get to my doctor’s appointments and to get my medicine. Since being referred to AIN, I now have transportation to get the things I need.”
Why I Give
“Matt and I both grew up with traditions of giving; not only of treasure, but of time and talent as well. For us, community service has always been an important part of our lives. We choose to give to AIN/Manos Unidas because it is a good fit with our giving priorities for community improvement and our ability to see an immediate and direct impact from our efforts.”
“I think the following quote by Winston Churchill sums up our giving philosophy very well: ‘We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.’ “
~ Andy Rohrbacher and Matt Warmuth
“I give because I want to lift and support others the way I’ve been lifted and supported. It matters.”
~ Piper Duarte
“I give to AIN because I know that my donation will help someone who is at-risk or in need in our local community. AIN provides a range of vital services including meals, transportation to get to medical appointments, health education and referral and case management. I feel good about giving because I know that my donation is going to help AIN continue to provide these much-needed services.”
~ Brian Sharp
AIN provides services without regard for race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation or age to all applicants who are infected with HIV/AIDS.