Together, we can do more than we can do alone.
There are many ways for you to volunteer and support our mission.
Become an EAC volunteer ambassador and represent our important HIV nonprofit mission at events around the state.
Use your experience to make things better for someone else! Our peer leadership training program trains leaders to advocate for the services people with HIV need and deserve.
Looking for a high-impact volunteering opportunity to play a critical role in transporting people to and from medical or supportive care for HIV? Consider becoming a Positive Miles Volunteer Driver.
We have an active HIV nonprofit Board of Directors to safeguard our mission, set a clear vision, and ensure sustainability of our organization into the future. If you have professional, legal or financial experience and a personal passion for sexual health or HIV programming, consider serving as a board member with us.
You may be interested in volunteering to participate on our Advisory Council to help us plan for the future in a way that best meets the needs of local communities in Arkansas. Consider participating if you want to help champion the important work of EAC in your local community.
Whether big or small, your donation will help us in our work in Arkansas. Look at our latest Annual Report to see just what kind of impact a simple $25 donation can have in your community.
Giving to our cause is not always about money. Preparing or donating food for a discussion group offers encouragement. The donation of an in-kind service such as legal advice or job skills training empowers our client to achieve more and is a creative and meaningful way to volunteer with our HIV nonprofit organization.
Contact us if you are interested in donating goods or services.
Contact us to find out more about volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, and ways that you can get involved.
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