FACE AIDS is a national campaign to mobilize and inspire students to fight AIDS in Africa through charity, policy, and education. The campaign was founded in 2005 by three Stanford students who were inspired to launch an income generating program for those affected by AIDS in rural African communities. Since then, FACE AIDS has grown into the largest student-led campaign to fight AIDS in Africa with a presence at over 150 schools nationwide. FACE AIDS works in collaboration with Partners In Health (PIH) in Rwanda, and our student campaigns in the United States raise funds to support their clinics. PIH is a global leader in bringing quality medical care and social services to the poorest regions of the world. Its commitment to social justice, human rights, and global solidarity make it an inspiration for our movement. By putting a face on AIDS, we will connect students to what is largely an anonymous epidemic here in the U.S. and inspire Americans to get involved.