This collection contains records from the San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF), originally the Kaposi's Sarcoma Research and
Education Foundation (KSREF), from its founding in 1982 through 1995.
The mission of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF) is to hasten the end of the AIDS epidemic and its impact on society.
It has served as a major resource center for educating the public in order to prevent the transmission of HIV, helping all
individuals make informed choices about AIDS-related concerns, and protecting the human rights of those affected by HIV.
It has provided necessary client services for those in San Francisco affected by HIV, and assisted other organizations in
achieving related goals.
Number of containers: 27 Cartons
Linear feet: 34.75
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Collection is open for research.