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The El Paso Community Foundation and the US/Mexico Border Health Association partnered in 1994 to create a local HIV/AIDS partnership that would provide assistance to nonprofit organizations in the surrounding region working on this critical health problem. The resulting collaboration, with support from the National AIDS Fund (now AIDS United), created the BAP, a bi-national and tri-state funding collaborative that has been providing funding for HIV/AIDS education and prevention activities in El Paso, Texas, Southern New Mexico, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. In January 2007, the Border AIDS Partnership received its 501c3 letter of determination and continues the critical work of funding community based organizations in our region, as an independent nonprofit. Since 1996, the Border AIDS Partnership has distributed, in the form of effective grants, more than $1.8 million to support innovative HIV prevention programs.



We Thank You


We are thankful and blessed for all of the support we receive,

which allows us the ability to fulfill our mission. We could not provide the needed support to end this disease if not for our donors.

All donations help, whether large or small, and we thank each of you for your support.


Border AIDS Partnership