Our work and desire to help others is never-ending, but none of it could be accomplished without the generous support of our loyal sponsors and donors. Help us make a positive change in the community.
Developing engaging programs and events that create positive and instantaneous impacts for everyone involved.
Being a leader in changing the conversation and idea about HIV/AIDS in our community and beyond.
Giving back to organizations in our community so that they can continue to provide vital HIV/AIDS programs and services.
What is the Red Party
Each year, the Dallas Red Foundation throws its largest annual fundraiser and premier event - The Red Party.
The Red Party provides attendees an opportunity to mingle with other members and supporters of the LGBT community in a fun filled atmosphere of spectacular light displays, complimentary cocktails, and performances by award-winning musicians and live DJ’s – all set in some of the most incredible venues Dallas has to offer. Proceeds raised at the Red Party are donated to help local organizations that offer assistance to individuals impacted by HIV/AIDS.
Affordable, quality mental healthcare and emotional support services to men and women challenged with HIV or AIDS through individual, group, and family counseling by fuller licensed professionals.
The Substance Abuse Program provides both intensive and supportive outpatient substance abuse treatments as well as ongoing relapse prevention services for HIV-positive individuals struggling with alcoholism and other chemical dependency issues.
Homebase for Housing is a housing information and referral program dedicated to preventing homelessness and improving the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS in Dallas County and seven surrounding counties.
Legacy Founders Cottage is a licensed, seven-room special-care facility for people living with AIDS in critical stages of their illness who require 24-hour supervised care.
Courtesy of the Dallas County Health and Human Services
In 2015, it was estimated that about 16,000 people were living with HIV/AIDS in Dallas County with 780 new diagnoses, representing an increase of 62% over 10 years.