SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio AIDS Foundation celebrated 30 years in the Alamo City Sunday. A brunch was held at the Hyatt Hill Country Resort and Spa.
The brunch featured presentations from community leaders who reflected on the foundation’s three decades of service to South Texas communities.
"Through our efforts, and especially through prevention education, stopping it before it even starts is the answer. And with an educated populace, we really believe that through our efforts, and the efforts of all the people who partner with us, that we can have an HIV-free community,” said Ken Slavin, SAAF vice president of communications.
AIDS and LGBT rights activist and author Cleve Jones delivered the keynote address.
The SAAF is the oldest and largest HIV and AIDS service organization in Bexar County.