900 babies are born with HIV each day. Tragically, transmission from mother to baby is preventable with the right medical care.
In 1987, the Names Project Foundation created a quilt, covering the National Mall to memorialize everyone who had lost their lives to AIDS. Today, the ONE Foundation is creating a virtual quilt, not just to remember those suffering from HIV/AIDS but also to push for an AIDS-free generation by 2015.
We can stop this disease from claiming countless children’s lives but only if we act today. Create a personalized patch for ONE's virtual (2015)QUILT and show your support for an AIDS-free generation.