CitiApartments Supports San Francisco AIDS Foundation

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New charity donation every month for six months

CitiApartments, the fastest-growing housing provider in San Francisco, made a donation to the San Francisco AIDS foundation in a continued effort to show their support for the community.

Established in 1982, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation provides a variety of vital services and programs that are designed to improve the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS and to reduce the number of new infections that occur each year.

CitiApartments, a long time supporter of local charities, teamed up with 92.7 in November to donate more than $10,000 to local non-profit organizations over six months. Each month CitiApartments will show their support for a different organization. Check the web site for more information on the charity of the month and information on how you can help.

This month CitiApartments is showing their support for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, which is one of the oldest and largest community-based AIDS service organizations in the United States.    

"Reaching out and supporting our local community has always been important for us," said David Raynal, COO of CitiApartments. "The AIDS foundation faces many challenges and they rely on contributions to do the bulk of their work, so we look forward to supporting their continued efforts."    

About CitiApartments

CitiApartments, http://www.CitiApartments.com, is committed to raising the standards of service for clean, safe and sustainable rental housing in the city of San Francisco. CitiApartments strives to provide a greener tomorrow with quality housing and an overall feeling of community for all our residents. Being one of the oldest businesses in the Castro District / Upper Market Street neighborhood, we're proud to be part of the change.

CitiApartments - "Committed to quality housing for over 50 years."

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