Janet Weinberg is one of many top leaders to leave the organization over the past year.
A 57,600-square-foot section of the quilt will be displayed on Governors Island on Aug. 11 and 12.
Kaplan and former GMHC vice chairman Michael Harwood will take over as co-chairs of the group's board.
The event raised more cash than expected, but it was still the lowest total in more than a decade.
Seth Rosen, the AIDS agency's managing director of development, will leave in June, sources said.
Kelsey Louie tried to rig a nonprofit election by registering fake voters, the suit says.
Kelsey Louie, from Harlem United, will take over leadership of the embattled organization.
A new Planned Parenthood program is targeting women of color in central Brooklyn.
Most of the AIDS nonprofit's clients are black and Latino, but no one on the committee is.
The new Housing Works building serves 12 homeless AIDS patients.
LGBT donors have shifted their focus to causes like marriage equality, nonprofit leaders said.
GMHC records show it's spending nearly all donations on overhead instead of helping people with AIDS.
Some longtime GMHC supporters said they felt betrayed.
The cuts will most affect low-income people of color in neighborhoods across the city, they say.
The AIDS organization pays $389,000 per month for its Chelsea office, documents show.
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