RFHF is proud to announce a new initiative dedicated to inspiring our friends to join the movement that’s taking place all around us of like minded individuals coming together and getting serious about that LIFE…… that Love Healthy Life. There is power in information and there’s even more power when we join forces to share it. […]
1.2m people in US are living with #HIV and 250,000 don’t know it. Do you know your status?
The REED FOR HOPE FOUNDATION is committed to making our world a healthier place through education. We’re proud to support our partner OraQuick in the fight against HIV/AIDS as they kick off their “Make Knowing Your Thing Today” […]
The REED FOR HOPE FOUNDATION partnered with VOICES OF AFRICAN MOTHERS for a panel at the UNITED NATIONS, Friday March 8th, to discuss HIV/AIDS Awareness and Wellness in communities around the globe.
Alicia Keyes has joined GreaterThanAids.ORG to release the EMPOWERED campaign. Meet women who are living with HIV and changing the way you think about […]
Check out this event recap video from Sunshine Beyond Summer 2012!
Sean Kingston, the 17 year-old Miami born, Jamaica bred artist, is not just a new face in popular music; he’s accomplished the rare task of creating a new genre where rap, reggae, pop, doo-wop and remarkable songwriting all combine into something totally refreshing. Add in Sean’s family roots, which cite Jamaican legendary producer Jack Ruby […]
Judge Mathis is a national figure known for his advocacy campaigns for equal justice. His inspirational life story of a street youth who rose from jail to Judge has provided hope to millions who watch him on the award-winning television court show Judge Mathiseach day. In addition, his weekly newspaper column brings social and political […]
Cynthia Carey-Grant assumed the Executive Director position at Women Organized to Respond to Life-threatening Disease (WORLD) on June 1, 2009. She returns to the arena of women’s health advocacy after working for several years in the philanthropic sector. Cynthia brings over 25 years of women’s health leadership and advocacy experience to her new role.
Prior to […]
As Vice President of Public Affairs, Sonya Lockett works on BET’s community outreach/pro-social initiatives. This includes the management of BET’s award winning Rap-It-Up campaign which addresses the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the African American community. She also serves on the creative team for the Viacom (BET’s parent company) HIV/AIDS initiative and manages the grassroots component.