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​What does old age look like if you didn't expect to live beyond 30?

https://teespring.com/stores/letskickassThis the central question every HIV Long-Term Survivor has had to grapple with at some point. We are the survivors of the worst epidemic in the modern era. We are the Confederacy of Survivors who spent years planning to die not planing to live. Now we find ourselves in our 50s, 60s, and 70s and for most of it's scary.

Let's Kick ASS—AIDS Survivor Syndrome℠ is the original grassroots movement devoted to improving the lives of survivors by empowering, engaging, unifying, and elevating survivors to reclaim our lives, end isolation, and envisioning a future we never dreamed we'd live.

Established in 2013, we're peer-lead survivors who understand that who building resilient communities is the path forward and the key to not being moored in the past.




Donations to our all-volunteer group go directly to fund programs to improve survivors' live.

As part of our commitment to meeting unmet needs, Let's Kick ASS looks for the gaps and creates innovating programing to address an overlooked population.

We need your help to carry on our vision of changing the mindset to Healthy Aging with HIV.

Let's Kick ASS is 501(c)(3) California Nonprofit corporation. Donations are tax-free as allowed by law. Please donate to help this all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit continue to improve the survivors lives through our programs, advocacy, and community building. Every little bit helps. Thank you!


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Let's Kick ASS are the originators of HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day on June 5. This year the awareness day was bigger than ever.

Thank you for making HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day an amazing success. http://bit.ly/LatestWordLKA

From director of the Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Richard Wolitski, Ph.D.:

"We still have much to learn about the needs and experiences of long-term HIV survivors and to be prepared to care for the needs of an aging population of people living with HIV. I am glad that HIV Long-Term Survivors Day gives us a chance to talk about these experiences, to listen to those who are able and willing to tell their stories, to find some healing for ourselves, and to renew our national commitment to meeting the needs of long-term survivors. They are our witnesses to history, our warriors in the fight against HIV, and our heroes."