How You Can Help

A gift to the Robert Wood Johnson AIDS Program can have a direct impact on the life of a child living with HIV/AIDS.

A donation of:

  • $10 - will provide lunch for two children. 
  • $25 - will provide a one-week supply of milk or books and school supplies for a young scholar.
  • $50 - will buy a gas voucher for families to travel back and forth to clinic.
  • $75 - will supply dinner and supplies for one support group meeting.
  • $150 - will purchase a food voucher for one week of groceries.
  • $200 - will help pay one month's utility bill for a family affected by AIDS.
  • $250 - will boost a child's immune system with vitamins and dietary supplements for six months.

Recent Fund Raisers

  • Rutgers University CAN Notes of Hope - April 24, 2008 - Total raised:  $850
  • St. Mathew's Social Ministry/Respect Life - May 8, 2008 - Total donated:  $200
  • J.P. Steven HS, Edison, HIV Education Campaign - June, 2008 - Total raised:  $531
  • Macy's Shop for a Cause - September 20, 2008 - Total raised:  $485
  • Local Union Holiday Fund Drive- December, 2008 -  Total raised:  $4,600
  • Staff Bake Sale - April 1, 2009 - Total raised:  $260

How to Donate

The Robert Wood Johnson AIDS Program has a designated fund managed by the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Foundation (RWJUH).

You can make a donation on-line through the  foundation OR you can send in a donation by mail to:

Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Department of Pediatrics
Robert Wood Johnson AIDS Program
1 Robert Wood Johnson Place, MEB Rm. 322
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Attn: Roseann Marone, Program Coordinator
Phone:  732-235-7383

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