ERJ staff report (DS)
Oakland, California --The Flowers Heritage Foundation said it intends to give away one million condoms to San Francisco Bay Area and international healthcare organizations to help in the fight against AIDS. Flowers Heritage Foundation has to date donated more than 300,000 condoms to organizations including the San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF), the HIV Education and Prevention Project Alameda County (HEPPAC), the Haight Ashbury Free Clinics and others.
â€œWe are committed to preventing new HIV infections,â€ said Mark Cloutier, CEO for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. â€œCondoms remain the best tool in preventing new HIV infections. This donation from the Flowers Heritage Foundation helps us make condoms more available. In our effort to improve the health of the community though our HIV prevention activities, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation welcomes the opportunity to work with new partners such as the Flowers Heritage Foundation.â€
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Press release from Flowers Heritage