The Red Pump Project

It’s time to #RocktheRedPump for NWGHAAD.
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The Wait is Over! The #RockTheRedPump Campaign Returns for Another Year!  

Happy Monday, everyone! It’s our favorite time of year at The Red Pump Project. Today is the day that we kick off our annual Rock the Red Pump® Campaign in honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD) on March 10. 

Sign up for the campaign here and be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook for details on how you can get involved with our weekly actions around HIV awareness.


New on the Red Pump Blog

By The Red Pump Project

We are always so excited by everyone’s support and willingness to #RocktheRedPump but there are some important things that we ask you to keep in mind concerning our nonprofit and the images and phrases we use. So before we kick off our campaign, we would like to give you five things to keep in mind concerning the use of our logo and trademarks. Read More.

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by All opinions belong to the author.
By Veronica Appleton, MA 

Talking about sex, birth control, sexual reproductive health and any other topic involved in women’s issues creates discourse and evolving changes in perspectives. One of the greatest gifts in life is the freedom of choice and voice. Read More.

Upcoming Red Pump Events

Join us for an interactive evening of cocktails and conversations about the issues surrounding HIV/AIDS in our community. 

*NEW DATE* Washington, DC (February 20)

Join us on the evening of March 22, 2014 in Chicago, IL for the 5th annual  “Rock the RED” Fashion Show to commemorate National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day AND to celebrate the 5th anniversary of The Red Pump Project. Tickets go on sale this week!


Recent News

Bringing the topic of HIV awareness to women of color. Our co-founder Luvvie Ajayi was featured on discussing the importance of our work, safe sex and awareness. Check out the story, and let us know what you think! Read More.

In midlife women with HIV, thinking skills take biggest hit from anxiety. Hot flashes, depression, and most of all, anxiety, affect the thinking skills of midlife women with HIV, so screening for and treating their anxiety may be especially important in helping them function, according to a study just published online in Menopause, the journal of The North American Menopause Society (NAMS).  Read More


Thank you!

Thanks for standing with us and other women around the world to recognize the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls. ♥ 

P.S. If you’re on Instagram, follow us at @redpump as we give you behind-the-scenes and other instant access of what we’re up to.


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