Minnesota AIDS Project
Minnesota AIDS Project’s continuing mission is to lead Minnesota’s fight to stop HIV through prevention, advocacy, awareness and services.
Review Completed: 10/22/2012
1400 Park Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55404
||Bill Tiedemann, Executive Director
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Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
As Minnesota’s oldest, largest, and most comprehensive AIDS service organization, MAP has a strong leadership role in the fight against HIV. No other HIV service organization has the capacity to reach as many people with general education or targeted prevention services. We are the state’s largest provider of HIV case management services and offer a full range of social support services. Nearly one-third of the 6,883 Minnesotans living with HIV receive one or multiple services from MAP. In 1998, MAP received the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits Advocacy Award, and continues to be regarded as one of Minnesota’s most effective citizen advocacy groups and have been very active at the State Capitol on behalf of all AIDS Service Organizations in Minnesota.
The goals of the Minnesota AIDS Project are to prevent new HIV infections, keep people living with HIV healthy, and strive to be a leader in the HIV community. The objectives to meet these goals include assisting people living with HIV with access to health care and support services. MAP also aims to reduce risk for HIV infection among targeted high risk communities while engaging the entire community in HIV awareness and advocacy.
Community or Constituency Served
Individuals living with or at high risk of contracting HIV. We primarily serve the Twin Cities but our reach is statewide.
Geographic Area Served
Impact and Programs
3 Year Average Expenses
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|Unrestricted Net Assets (End of Year), Current 990
|Based on information provided on 2009 to 2011