“I really enjoyed talking to Anne on the phone today, was really concerned about the healthcare next year. I am glad she took the time to explain a some things about it to me….THANK YOU!!!”
~ Norris Reber

“I started supporting PI because they provided people affected by HIV with trustworthy information and empowerment, while advocating for our cause on a state and national level. I got to know some of the staff and volunteers (who included my personal physician). While working to find a cure, these people were committed to improving the quality of life of those impacted by HIV/AIDS.”

“Having passed my 28th year in March with this virus, I am happy to say that I am still here and still speaking to anyone anywhere about HIV/AIDS. I speak at schools, colleges, Planned Parenthood discussions, at the local coffee houses, at the community center, and any other place when and where the opportunity presents itself. Project Inform has been a most valued tool and resource of information and I have referred to your publication numerous times in/for my talks. I “get by” on a very small disability income (below poverty level) but I am alive and healthy and I can attribute this in part to the information obtained from Project Inform. Thank you for the work you do.”

“I asked my brother before he passed away of AIDS how our family could pay tribute to him and others living with HIV/AIDS. He said he would be honored if we would make a donation to Project Inform, who had helped him over the years. When he passed away I thought it was important that we continue to pay tribute to Duncan and others that have passed away to make sure the treatment information Project Inform develops continues to get into the hands of people who need it.”

“Please accept this donation in memory of our son. I read the newsletter and am so proud of what you are doing!! Would you send my best to Anne Donnelly and Ryan Clary? We have known each other for many years.”

“We LOVE these booklets — we use them all the time with our new patients.”

“Thank you sooooo much for creating this page. I have found the info on it very useful. I was just recently diagnosed with HIV in Dec. of 2010 after loosing my lover of 14 years to AIDS. At first I shut everybody and everything out of my life. I truly believed being diagnosed with HIV was a death sentence. I have come to the realization that it isn’t and that I can live a long and happy life just like any negative person can … “

“Hey, I just wanted to thank you for all of this information again.”

“Thank you. I greatly appreciate your time and advice. I can always count on PI for expert opinions. You guys do a great job!”

“I am a nurse educator. I find your newsletter to be so valuable as I strive to remain knowledgeable regarding HIV. Thanks so much.”

“Thanks for being there for me/us. Wish you had an office on the east coast. What about NY or Philly or DC?”

“Although I don’t have HIV, it has been very difficult to get the well organized concise information like you have on your site. Thanks so much.”

“Thanks for the lovely uplifting letter. As someone who’s been positive 21 years, it would be so wonderful to see a brighter day.” (In response to a PI direct mail piece.)

“I was told by a colleague that the HIV Health & Wellness booklets were excellent. I look forward to receiving them. Project Inform continues to be an excellent resource for us — keep up the good work.”

“I’m not surprised the demand has been high — they are great resources that strike a nice balance between enough information and too much.”

“I want to thank you for the shipment of booklets. The staff here at AIDS Action Coalition are very grateful to have such a useful instrument. I have informed the Peer Mentors throughout the state and they may be contacting you in the near future. Thanks again.”

“I would like to request additional copies of the Attaining HIV Health & Wellness booklets.  They have been very helpful to our newly diagnosed clients.”

“I enjoyed the way they explained what to expect about telling others, how to write a list of questions for your doctor, and the checklist in the back of the book.”

“Booklet #1 let me know that HIV is not a death sentence.”

“Well informed book that is a plus for anyone diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.”

“We are an HIV test site and would like to have on hand at least 5 copies of each booklet to provide to clients when they test positive. Although we are committed to walking them through the processes of enrolling into medical care, obtaining psycho-social services and linking them to mental health services, we feel that this vital information to send home with the client after their session may answer any additional questions they have and help reassure them there are people to help after they leave us.”