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Organization Profile

Capital City AIDS Fund

The Capital City AIDS Fund (CCAF) is a non-profit organization, which was founded in 1995 to organize, and stage events that raise money to support HIV/AIDS services in the Sacramento area. Specifically, CCAF's activities support a community fund that donates to various Capital area non-profit agencies that provide HIV/AIDS services. Since its inception, CCAF has successfully staged many events including the Capital City AIDS Dance-O-Rama, the Boo Bash, the stage production of Ruby Slippers, the glitzy Academy Awards® gala "An Evening With Oscar®" and the community's highest profile annual event, the Sacramento Valley AIDS Walk. CCAF has also teamed with the Elton John AIDS Foundation to stage SMASH HITS; a fundraiser starring Elton John, Billie Jean King, Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, and Carlos Santana. CCAF distributed nearly $160,000 to local HIV/AIDS organizations from the proceeds generated by SMASH HITS, which took place at ARCO Arena. CCAF is governed by an all-volunteer board of directors made up of community leaders including business professionals, media representatives, and government officials. CCAF has raised and donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to Sacramento area HIV/AIDS service providers.

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