64-year-old Paula Deen announced, on the NBC Today Show, that she has been diagnosed with Type II Diabetes. This public announcement does not come as a surprise to most Americans.
St. Hope Foundation will be closed TODAY (1/16/12) in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday. Normal business hours will resume 1/17/12.
St. Hope Foundation is proud to announce that it has received a competitive grant award from the Elton John AIDS Foundation. The grant will be used to fund a new program called Project SOUL.
If you asked Mr. Washington, he would say that “he’s the employee of the decade and you know this!” Ricky uses few words to get his point across but his legacy at St. Hope is an impeccable record of driving.
Twenty six years after Ryan White was denied the opportunity to go to school, history is repeating itself once more.
Every generation is known for something. Let’s be the one that delivers an AIDS FREE GENERATION by 2015. Every day 1,000 babies are born with HIV. By 2015, that number could be near zero.
Fabulous! Distinguished! Compassionate are just a few words we affectionately associate with Derrick.
Today the staff of St. Hope Foundation prepared Thanksgiving Baskets to give away to patients. The Thanksgiving Basket give-a-way has been a cornerstone of the organization since its’ inception 12 years ago.
St. Hope Foundation and BET provided Free and Confidential HIV and Hepatitis C testing on November 18, 2011 to students/faculty at Prairie View A&M University. Over 330 Prairie View A&M University students/faculty received an HIV and HCV rapid test. BET Rap-It-Up History Since 1998, Black Entertainment Television (BET) has teamed up with the Kaiser Family […]
St. Hope Foundation and BET will provide Free and Confidential HIV Testing on Friday November 18, 2011 on the campus of Prairie View A&M University from 10am-3pm.