“Your support means so much to all of us at the Foundation, our partners, and the vulnerable communities we serve who are at risk of HIV and stigmatised for who they are.”
Elton John, Founder
Ryan White and HIV: The Power of Children and a Mother’s Story
In 2007, The Children's Museum of Indianapolis opened The Power of Children, a permanent gallery that shares the stories of three 20th century children who overcame adversity in their lives to inspire children today to fight discrimination and intolerance and make a positive difference in the world. Through funding from the Foundation, it brings stories to life and serves as an intimate theater where struggles against AIDS and intolerance can be told to visitors from all over the world, with the mission of educating the world about AIDS and its victims.