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Chelsea »

GMHC's Chief Operating Officer Stepping Down

Janet Weinberg is one of many top leaders to leave the organization over the past year. 

Governors Island »

See the AIDS Quilt in NYC for First Time in a Decade

A 57,600-square-foot section of the quilt will be displayed on Governors Island on Aug. 11 and 12.

Chelsea »

GMHC Taps Civil Rights Lawyer Roberta Kaplan as Co-Chair of Board

Kaplan and former GMHC vice chairman Michael Harwood will take over as co-chairs of the group's board.

Chelsea »

AIDS Walk Raises $5.1M for GMHC

The event raised more cash than expected, but it was still the lowest total in more than a decade.

Chelsea »

GMHC's Head Fundraiser Resigns as AIDS Walk Cash Falls Short, Sources Say

Seth Rosen, the AIDS agency's managing director of development, will leave in June, sources said.

Chelsea »

GMHC's New CEO Resigned From LGBT Club After Fraud Lawsuit

Kelsey Louie tried to rig a nonprofit election by registering fake voters, the suit says.

Chelsea »

GMHC Names Former Head of Harlem United as New CEO

Kelsey Louie, from Harlem United, will take over leadership of the embattled organization.

Bed-Stuy »

Sexually Transmitted Infection Program Targets Women of Color in Brooklyn

A new Planned Parenthood program is targeting women of color in central Brooklyn.

Chelsea »

GMHC CEO Search Committee Lacks Racial Diversity, Critics Say

Most of the AIDS nonprofit's clients are black and Latino, but no one on the committee is.

Bed-Stuy »

New Bed-Stuy Housing Brings Support to Homeless AIDS Patients

The new Housing Works building serves 12 homeless AIDS patients.

Chelsea »

AIDS Organizations See Fundraising Plummet as Donors Shift to Other Causes

LGBT donors have shifted their focus to causes like marriage equality, nonprofit leaders said.

Chelsea »

Millions Raised by AIDS Walk Spent on Rent, Not HIV Services

GMHC records show it's spending nearly all donations on overhead instead of helping people with AIDS.  

Chelsea »

AIDS Walk Supporters Outraged to Hear Most Donations Go to Rent

Some longtime GMHC supporters said they felt betrayed.

Central Harlem »

Health Advocates Decry Funding Cuts to Free STD and Immunization Clinics

The cuts will most affect low-income people of color in neighborhoods across the city, they say.

Chelsea »

Struggling GMHC Plans to Break Lease and Leave Expensive Offices

The AIDS organization pays $389,000 per month for its Chelsea office, documents show.

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