Donors





We need your help!

Someone Cares has reached over 80,000 individuals and their families. We server the marginalized, indigent, homeless, high-risk communities and we are seeking your help to continue our mission.

Someone Cares engages, educates and empowers individuals living with HIV/AIDS and other health disparities to achieve better health outcomes by eliminating barriers to culturally sensitive services, building a network for underserved groups, and increasing client resiliency.

“Meeting people where they are”

Some of causes include:

  • Early Detection Intervention Clinic Medical services and supplies
  • Transgender Health and social services
  • Community Street Outreach Services
  • Sex Trafficking
  • Alternative Sentencing program
  • Clothing drive
  • Food drive
  • Housing Homeless
  • Youth Outreach services

A testament of our work

Keisha:
Ronnie can you open up a branch Someone Cares here in Pennsylvania, they don’t have anything like it here and my doctor says that it would be a fantastic idea. I hope we can start something here because you don’t know how much your organization has done in inspiring me. I love you bro for all that you do for everyone.

Ronnie:
Thank you! I don’t know where God will lead me. We are here for you guys!😍😍😍

Keisha:
You’re our Miracle from God, I have nothing but love and respect for you bro, thank you again and again.

Keisha:
I got the newest drug treatment available because I first heard about it through your helpful post on updates.

Ronnie:
That truly made my day!

Keisha:
Your work extends far beyond the ATL, your organization is very informative and I share here what I learn from you there.

Keisha:
I’ve been undetectable now for years because I keep up with treatment as I’m inspired by all that you do. I thank God for friends like you that allow God to use you to make a difference in people lives such as me and many others.

Ronnie :
Look at GOD!!! Big hug! I must use your testimony with out your name on it because you just helped me to realize my work is not in vain.

Keisha:
Please do share it because people need to hear about how effective your ministry as I refer to it as is because I overcame the fear of dying of AIDS because people like you taught me how to live healthy with HIV through your reach out and touch methods. God I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Ronnie :
Thank you!