NOTE: There will be no evening testing on Thursday, May 23rd. Testing hours that day will be from 1-5 PM. Evening hours will resume on the 4th Thursday in June. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Introducing John Huckaby, AFH's new Chief Executive Officer
The Board of Directors of AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. (AFH), a nonprofit dedicated to the prevention of new HIV transmissions and supporting those impacted by HIV/AIDS, announces the appointment of John Huckaby as the organization’s new chief executive officer. Huckaby begins his role at AFH on Wednesday, May 1, 2019.
“We are very excited to have John joining us in the role of chief executive officer,” said Leslie Nagy, chairman of the board. “His vast professional experience and his deep knowledge of AFH position him to continue our excellent work and expand our impact in the community.”
Huckaby brings with him more than 25 years of experience in nonprofit and pastoral care organizations. His past areas of focus have included compassionate care for persons with chronic illnesses, housing assistance for those at risk of homelessness, substance abuse prevention and intervention services, intensive case management and community referrals. Huckaby also has executive leadership experience, including board engagement, strategic planning, community partnerships and fund development.
In the 1990s, Huckaby served AFH in the roles of case manager, director of volunteer services, director of client services and the vice president of planning and program development. He returns to AFH from the American Red Cross, where he served as regional philanthropy officer for the Texas Gulf Coast Region and chapter executive director in Northeast Oklahoma.
“I am honored and humbled to be asked to serve as CEO of AIDS Foundation Houston,” said Huckaby. “Returning to AFH is truly a homecoming for me. I look forward to once again collaborating with our board, staff, volunteers, donors and governmental and community-based partners to work together to achieve our mission to lead the innovative efforts in the prevention of new HIV transmissions and empower individuals, families and communities affected by HIV/AIDS to create and sustain healthy lives.”
Thank you for Dining Out For Life!
Thanks to all of you who dined out to fight HIV/AIDS and to the restaurants and sponsors who made this event possible!
How does Dininig Out For Life make a difference?
Participating restaurants across Houston committed a portion of their proceeds to AIDS Foundation Houston and our work to end the spread of HIV/AIDS. Everyone who dined out increased the amount these restaurants made, and therefore the amount they donated to AFH!
It's not too late to donate directly. Every gift helps!
Please patronize our 2019 participating restaurants to show your appreciation for their support of Dining Out For Life!
B&B Butchers & Restaurant
Baby Barnaby's (Fairview)
Midtown (West Gray)
Heights (White Oak)
River Oaks (Shepherd)
Museum District (Binz)
Bollo Woodfired Pizza
BuffBurger - Montrose
Canopy on Montrose
Dave & Buster's - Galleria Location
El Big Bad (Ask for the pre-set Dining Out For Life menu--AFH receives 25%)
1308 Annex (322 Westheimer)
2814 Navigation Blvd.
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
Ginger & Fork
Harold's Restaurant, Bar & Terrace
2520 Montrose Blvd.
I-10 (1040 W Sam Houston Pkwy N)
Tacos a Go Go:
Midtown (304 Main St.)
Oak Forest (3401 W TC Jester Blvd)
The Heights (2912 White Oak)
Tony Mandola's Gulf Coast Kitchen
The Yellow Cup
We hope you will join us again for Dining Out For Life 2020!
OUR MISSION AND GOALS
AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. (AFH) leads the innovative efforts in the prevention of new HIV infections and empowers individuals, families, and communities affected by HIV/AIDS to create and sustain healthy lives.
AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. envisions a supportive community free of new HIV infections where individuals affected by HIV/AIDS lead healthy and productive lives without stigma and discrimination.