The CHIP Program receives a generous amount of funding from the Telluride AIDS Benefit, a fundraiser held every year in March. The funds received from the Telluride AIDS Benefit are vital to CHIP’s program success. These funds benefit our clients through adherence support events, emergency financial assistance, outpatient medical support, medication co-pay assistance and transportation. There is no other dedicated source of funding for these programs and CHIP is very grateful to TAB for its continued support.
About the Telluride AIDS Benefit (TAB)
Since 1994, Telluride AIDS Benefit has donated over $1,800,000 toward HIV/AIDS education, advocacy, clinical care and NGOs. In 2012, TAB gave over a $140,000 to five HIV/AIDS charities in Colorado and Africa: Ethiopian Family Fund, Western Colorado AIDS Project, Denver Children’s Hospital Immunodeficiency Program, Brother Jeff’s Community Health Initiative, and The Manzini Youth Care Center in Swaziland.
TAB is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to fight HIV/AIDS by heightening awareness, as well as generating financial support for educational programs and client care. By initiating outreach programs, workshops and events on a regional and global level, TAB is committed to combating this worldwide pandemic that affects individuals, families, communities and countries.
Telluride AIDS Benefit Since 1994
P.O. Box 3819, 109 E. Colorado Ave. Suite 6
Telluride, CO 81435 81435
Children’s Hospital Colorado’s CHIP Program is a partner agency for AIDS Walk and receives a portion of the funds raised at this event.
AIDS Walk Colorado is the Rocky Mountain Region’s largest and most successful HIV and AIDS fundraiser. More than 8,000 people from throughout the state come together as a community, fueled by donations from more than 13,000 individuals, to raise money for vital services for HIV/AIDS clients of Colorado AIDS Project and more than 20 other outstanding AIDS service organizations.
Colorado AIDS Project
AIDS Walk Colorado
2490 W. 26th Ave., Ste. A300
Denver, CO 80211