Thank you to everyone who helped us Paint the Town RED on May 11th!

The return of Paint the Town RED was a great success! Thank you to the participating venues and for all of you for going out to Paint the Town RED to show your support. Please continue to visit any of the participating businesses throughout the year to show your support of them. We are already looking forward to Paint the Town RED 2024! Click the link below to see 2023's participating establishments.

Click Here for a list of participating businesses

ACOS Needs YOUR Support

Become a Volunteer TODAY!

Like most non-profits, ACOS is ALWAYS looking for volunteers. The benefits of volunteering can be enormous. Volunteering offers vital help to people in need, worthwhile causes, and the community, but the benefits can be even greater for you, the volunteer. The right match can help you to find friends, connect with the community, learn new skills, and even advance your career.

You Can Truly Make A Change

Sign Up For Our Change Round-Up Program!

When you link your eligible payment card and set your monthly giving level, AIDS Care Ocean State automatically “rounds up” your transactions to the next dollar amount and donates that spare change. For example, if you spend $17.83 at a restaurant on your linked debit card or credit card, AIDS Care Ocean State will add 17 cents to your purchase.

‘Bouquet-a-thon’ Spreads Smiles to ACOS & Across Rhode Island

The day after Valentine’s Day is usually pretty unexceptional. You may dig into some leftover candies or scour CVS for deals on discounted chocolates, but that’s usually about it. Not so at What Cheer Flower Farm. On Wednesday, Feb. 15, farm staff and volunteers will sort through donated Valentine’s Day blooms, transform them into gorgeous bouquets and deliver them to local hospitals, nursing homes and care centers like AIDS Care Ocean State.

Knowledge Center

Know the Facts

Get all the up to date information about HIV, AIDS, and hepatitis C. Take a few minutes to browse our Education and Knowledge Center.

How We Help

ACOS is needed now more than ever!

Our services are crucial to the health and well-being of every client. Lack of housing, food and other social determinants are directly linked to poor health outcomes, having a detrimental effect on proper nutrition, medication adherence, family stability and job insecurity have increased depression and loneliness.


Help Support ACOS

We rely on your support to provide our services to over 500 individuals and families who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS.