The Grace Project was inspired by Grace Hunt, a loving and generous woman who counseled women with HIV/AIDS.
The program seeks to encourage hope and hold families together through a supportive net of services including mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment, support building, and education as women are the fastest growing population of new HIV infections. The conference is the centerpiece of the program.
Celebrating the conference’s 17th year, the event is designed to bring formerly isolated women living with HIV together. The goal of the conference is to SEE (Support, Educate and Empower) each woman and create future advocates for HIV prevention, health education and awareness.
If you are planning to attend the 2016 conference, you can download and review last year's FAQ and Conference Schedule. These documents will provide you with an idea of what to expect at next year's conference! Frequently Asked Questions guide and the Conference Schedule
Discover a group of supportive women sharing their stories and encouraging one another.
Learn tips and techniques to improve your daily life and the lives of those around you.
Become an advocate for others living with HIV through knowledge and strength.
With workshops, speakers, and a weekend full of education and support, you will leave the conference with an uplifting sense of power, love, and advocacy for other women living with HIV.
At the conference, you will have an opportunity to enjoy various interest rooms and forums that will provide you with new skills or just an improved outlook on life with HIV.
Registration will begin on January 1, 2016. If you have questions about the 2016 conference, email email@example.com
Each year, the conference offers a wide array of presenters that provide crucial information to improve your life. Past speakers include local advocates, celebrities, physicians, and other health professionals.
Interest rooms offer you the opportunity to learn new skills, relax, or improve your general well-being. From computer labs to writing to yoga and prayer, you will find something that works for you and your lifestyle.
Our workshops are designed to empower you with knowledge and information that you can use to improve your own life or the lives of those around you through advocacy.
You can support through conference through volunteering, presenting, or donating!
Become a presenter for next year's conference. To be considered, please download our Request for Presenters, complete, and return as instructed on the application. The deadline for submissions is September 15, 2015.
Volunteers are the core of our conference. From preparing interest rooms and events to contacting attendees and check-ins, volunteer help is invaluable to the conference. If you are interested in volunteering, visit our voly.org page. (Link will be available soon.)
Financial support for this conference is essential. You have opportunities ranging from a meal sponsorship to a single $50 donation to provide a scholarship to one attendee. We can work with your budget to develop a comprehensive sponsorship plan. You can also donate today.