WORLD Holiday Party

2018 Holiday Party

Save the date! We’re having a holiday party for our amazing clients at 1000 Broadway, Room 5000B, on December 19th. Check back here for details!

World AIDS Day 2018: With gratitude and continued commitment

The fight to end the severe impacts of HIV and AIDS on women, their families, and their communities, is in WORLD’s DNA. We are constantly thinking of new ways to effectively work with others who are as involved in this work as we are, and we consider how to bring in those who may not think […]

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Join WORLD for a Red Light Special!

Join us December 5 for a Red Light Special in honor of World AIDS Day! Featuring live music by Vincent Lars with a full band, dancing by Corinthia Peoples, and spoken word by Demisha Burns, plus food, drink, and fun, this FREE event will be a great time to learn about HIV prevention and celebrate life […]

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WORLD is hiring!

WORLD has a new opening for a Case Manager/Navigator! We are looking for a dedicated individual to join our amazing team of women making a difference for women, girls, families and communities affected by HIV . Check out the job description and instructions on how to apply HERE. We can’t wait to connect with you!

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WORLD Wellness Summit Scheduled for November 5-7!

  WORLD’s Wellness Summit applications are available now! You can download the application, print, fill it out, and mail back to WORLD at 389 3oth St, Oakland, CA 94619, or fill it in online, download, and email to Dorothy or Kandi. Even better, come by the WORLD house and fill out an application with help from your peer!

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Cynthia Carey-Grant, WORLD Executive Director, Retires

Carla Dillard Smith named as Interim Executive Director Cynthia Carey-Grant, executive director of Women Organized to Respond to Life-threatening Diseases (WORLD), has retired after nine years of leading the widely respected women’s HIV/AIDS services/advocacy organization based in Oakland, CA.  Ms. Carey-Grant describes her departure as bitter sweet. “I have spent the last thirty years as an […]

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