HIV Medicine Recycling is part of AFA’s Access to Treatment Program, a unique component of our work here at AFA and the largest of its kind in the world. We collect unused and unexpired medications related to the treatment of HIV and redistribute them to people with HIV who do not have proper access to treatment in developing countries. Since 1996, AFA has sent nearly $100 million in HIV medication to over 11,500 people in more than 40 countries.
This year’s Medicine Drive hopes to increase the number of HIV medication donations and to raise awareness about our Recycling Program. All donated medications will go towards AFA’s Access to Treatment Program.
Come join us to help improve the quality of life for people with HIV around the world by donating your unused and unexpired medications!
What to donate
- •Antiretrovirals (ARVs), including:
- •Fusion Inhibitors
- •Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors (NNRTI)
- •Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors (NRTI)
- •Protease Inhibitors (PI)
Most urgently needed:
- •Aptivus 250mg
- •Atripla 600/300/200mg
- •Emtriva 200mg
- •Epivir 300mg
- •Epzicom 600/300mg
- •Intelence 200mg
- •Intelence 100mg
- •Prezista 600mg
- •Prezista 300mg
- •Retrovir 300mg
- •Reyataz 300mg
- •Reyataz 200mg
- •Reyataz 150mg
- •Sustiva 600mg
- •Videx 250mg
- •Videx 400mg
- •Viracept 625mg
- •Viread 300mg
We will also accept medications that treat opportunistic infections (OIs), including:
- Antifungals/ Antimycotics
We cannot accept narcotics or any narcotic derivatives.
Where to donate
AID FOR AIDS
515 Greenwich Street, Suite 506
New York, NY 10013
Or at any of our drop-off locations
- • All donated medications must be unexpired (marked with expiration date) and in their original containers.
- •Liquid and powder medications must be sealed.
- •Containers of pills can be sealed or unsealed.
- •Please remove names and other prescription information on the containers for confidentiality purposes.
- •Loose capsules and pills cannot be accepted