Each year sponsor AHF presents an award to a person making a difference in the war on AIDS and working to help end HIV stigma As an international HIV and AIDS humanitarian, 2012’s honoree has been fighting for this cause her entire life. Born with HIV in 1984, by the age of six she was already an activist appearing on shows with Oprah Winfrey and Magic Johnson. At 12, in front of a National audience of millions, she bravely proclaimed, “I am the future and I have AIDS.” Now 28 years old, on January 1st Hydeia Broadbent will ride on AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s Rose Parade Float titled, The Global Face of AIDS. AHF is honored to present her with the 2012 AHF World AIDS Day Award.
2014 Research and Hope Awardee
Hydeia Broadbent was honored at the 2014 PhRMA Research and Hope Awards for Excellence in Visibility and Progress.
Welcome to Hydeia Broadbent's Official Website
The world has seen me grow from a gifted little girl to a woman with a passion and mission to make sure each and everyone of us is aware of our HIV status as well as the status of our sexual partners. For those living with HIV/AIDS, please know life is never over until you take your last breath! We are responsible for the choices we make and I challenge everyone to be accountable…
MARCH 10th - National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
MARCH 20th - National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
MAY 18th - HIV Vaccine Awareness Day
MAY 19th - National Asian &; Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
JUNE 8th - Caribbean American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
JUNE 27th - National HIV Testing Day
SEPTEMBER 18th - National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day
SEPTEMBER 27th - National Gay Mens HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
OCTOBER 15th - National Latino AIDS Awareness Day
DECEMBER 1st - World AIDS Day