GMHC

AcronymDefinition
GMHCGay Men's Health Crisis (AIDS organization)
GMHCGreater Metropolitan Housing Corporation (est. 1970; Minneapolis, MN)
GMHCGay Men's Health Centre (HIV/AIDS organisation, Melbourne, Australia)
GMHCGay Men's Health Collective (clinic; Berkeley, CA)
GMHCGloucester Maritime Heritage Center (Gloucester, MA)
GMHCGlobal Missions Health Conference (Louisville, KY)
GMHCGreater Manchester Hazards Center Ltd
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However, there are significant differences between the successful GMHC model and land contracts executed by private investors.
Ira Schuman and Stephan Steiner at Savills Studley brokered the lease for GMHC, which has been operating at 446 West 33rd Street since 2010.
The fundraising approach at GMHC combines both data and impact to generate support for such programming.
Johnson, who has volunteered for years for God's Love, AIDS walks and GMHC, says, "To be able to incorporate something I feel so strongly about into my profession is extraordinary.
In response to the protest, Lampanelli pledged to donate $1,000 to Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) for each protestor who showed up.
He is involved in non-profits such as El Museo del Barrio, The Hispanic Society of the Americas and GMHC. Look for him to come out with his own Mexican take-out restaurant inspired by his great-grandmother.
Although Latex is no longer a functioning house in the scene, the GMHC hosts what is perhaps the most extravagant ball of the year at the Roseland Ballroom under the name House of Latex Project.
Carlomusto freely samples GMHC's controversial 1985 video "Chance of a Lifetime," an erotic celebration of safer sex through condom use and sensual ploys like "shrimping" (toe sucking), injecting playful tenderness back into sexual exchange.
The sources of information used for this timeline include CFA publications, public record, peer-reviewed literature and conference proceedings, and Internet-based timelines from AEGIS (aegis.org), Kaiser Family Foundation (kff.org), and Gay Men's Health Crisis (gmhc.org).
Torn between seeing its mission in the pursuit of the limited resources and treatments available or in a more overtly activist role of agitation for broader political, social, and economic attention, GMHC split when co-founder Larry Kramer left the group to form AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP).
Information on legal issues and HIV from Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC).