December 1st is World AIDS Day

On this World AIDS Day, the One Love Project celebrates the incredible young people that we work with. Thank you for your strength, your stories and your constant laughter. Check out this Fast Company article on the One Love Project and four other wonderful ways to get involved with World AIDS Day this year.

A big thank you to the New York Times!

Thanks so much to Pam Belluck and Tony Cenicola of the New York Times for spending a whole day with our youth at the One Love: No Longer Voiceless Conference in August. Check out this beautiful, front-page article featuring the powerful stories of One Love youth.

No Longer Voiceless Conference

On August 1, 2010, 32 young people and twelve health and social care providers gathered together at Babson College for the second annual No Longer Voiceless Conference for young people living with HIV. Hailing from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New York, the youth and providers worked collaboratively for five days on developing their knowledge, relationships and personal stories in order to create a unified voice around growing up with HIV. Read more about the conference.

"I am so grateful to have had such a great experience at One Love. This has been the highlight of my year and has allowed me to learn new things and meet such supportive, smart, caring, and creative people that I have grown to love & respect. This experience has meant so much to my life & how I look at it, which encourages me to put my story out there to the world to others like myself or people who are uninformed.” – age 20