We Invite You to Become a Charter Club Member!

About the Charter Club:

All levels of membership give​ stakeholders like you a significant opportunity to ensure the Museum’s present success and continued healthy growth into the future.

As a Charter Club member, your automatic, monthly donations will support the Museum’s operating expenses, providing the ability to always remain open to the public.

With your support, the Museum’s key initiative, the High School Outreach Program, designed to inform and educate those at greatest risk for HIV/AIDS, will continue to expand throughout all of South Florida, and hopefully throughout the state…but only with your ongoing support.




Your monthly donation of $100 brings you and your spouse/partner, free entry to all functions, unlimited entry to the Museum with a guest, special mention in all publications, website, and promotional material, and first notification of special events.

A monthly donation of $50 gives you special notice in publications, half price admission to all special events, free admission for you and your spouse / partner to the Museum, and two guest passes per year for entry into the Museum, with first notification of special events.

Your monthly donation of $25 guarantees you first notification of special events, and half price entry into the Museum for you and your guest.

ALLY: $120 OR​ $10 MONTHLY
Your monthly donation of $10 grants you current email updates, and also first to know about upcoming events.
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February 20th – Party!


The World AIDS Museum Presents the 2016 Humanitarian Award to Glen Weinzimer, Founder of SMART Ride.

Saturday, February 20, 2016, 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m  at the exclusive Las Olas home of Eindar Khant and Dixan Gonzalez. Tickets: $50.00 per person. 100 percent of ticket proceeds benefit the World AIDS Museum and Educational Center. For advance tickets, call the Museum at (954) 390-0550 or use the “Buy Now” button below!


The Virtual Tapestry of Stories

Dr. Rosalind Osgood

The Virtual Tapestry of Stories is the Museum’s audiovisual version of the AIDS Memorial Quilt. It is an interweaving of personal experiences captured in video that inspire and empower those affected by HIV/AIDS. Tapestry videos reveal the depth of impact of the myths and stigma of the disease. Tapestry fortifies our …

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The Museum offers docent-guided tours of its current exhibition, the Chronology of AIDS. Tours can accommodate groups of up to ten people and it is suggested that visitors allow at least one hour to see the exhibit. I interested, please call Ed Sparan at the museum at (954) 390-0550.