The 2020 virtual USCHA will be free for the first 4,000 community/non-profit registrants.* This amazing gift is from the sponsors who are underwriting the meeting. During these tough economic times, it feels tone deaf to ask community to pay fees when so many are unemployed. HIV organizations, like all nonprofits, are hurting. While registration is free, NMAC will ask for donations. Please click here to make a donation. Like so many nonprofits, NMAC is also hurting. However, right now, it’s about keeping our family educated on the latest issues impacting our work.
Before attendees access the registration form, they must fill out a Needs Assessment. The data will inform NMAC’s future programmatic priorities and our movement’s efforts to get back to work to end the HIV epidemic.
*Free registrations are for people living with HIV/AIDS, people on PrEP, activists, community organizers, students and people working or volunteering at nonprofits, community-based organizations, tribal nations, national organizations, health departments, health centers, universities, researchers, or health professionals. Per federal regulations and at the request of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, NMAC cannot offer free registrations to federal employees. For federal employees and staff at for profit companies, the registration fee is $250.