Month: October 2016

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  • Michele Rowe Ran 26.2 Miles to Honor Her Mom’s Memory

    This year’s New York City Marathon is fast approaching, and we’re proud to have a contingent of runners who will help raise money and awareness on behalf of Harlem United. One of those runners is Michele Rowe, who isn’t new to running marathons. In fact, when Michele ran the marathon for Harlem United last year, she…


  • Staff Spotlight: Gwen is Here to Make a Difference

    When you walk into Harlem United’s offices at 306 Lenox Avenue, Gwen’s smiling face might be the first one you see. It’s been 17 years since Gwen joined the Harlem United family, and she has spent each and every one reaching out to her community to lend a hand. Gwen came to Harlem United when…


  • Swallow This — Again: Our PrEP Campaign Is Back!

    A little over a year ago, Harlem United launched Swallow This, our innovative campaign to educate New Yorkers about PrEP. PrEP is a daily pill that’s highly effective at preventing HIV infection. Over the past year, we’ve had a blast teaching people about PrEP, hearing your stories, and getting to know our community even better. In…


  • New Online Resource and Report Provides Voters with Candidate Information on LGBT, HIV, and Health Equity Issues

    Issues that Matter:   For Immediate Release October 6, 2016 Contact: Jason Cianciotto I 347-703-3865 I New York, NY — With less than a month left before Election Day, Harlem United and Fenway Health have launched a campaign to educate voters about where the presidential candidates and the political parties stand on six key health…


  • PrEP Marketing Campaign expands to include women

    A common misconception is that PrEP is only for gay and bisexual men, which means that women who are also at high risk for HIV may miss out on this effective tool to help keep them HIV negative. To address this, we expanded our award-winning PrEP marketing campaign to include women, both cisgender and transgender.…


The front of a black tote bag with an orange Harlem United logo next to the back of the tote bag, which reads "There's some magical s#*! going on in here. - Jade, long-time client and peer." Underneath the tote bag images, is text that reads "Donate $25 and claim your limited-edition Harlem United tote bag!"