The Wall Las Memorias Project is a community health and wellness organization dedicated to serving Latino, LGBT and other underserved populations through advocacy, education and building the next generation of leadership.

The Wall Las Memorias Project serves low-income and hard to reach communities throughout Los Angeles educating community members on the importance of HIV/AIDS, substance abuse prevention and community building in the LGBT community. For more than 20 years, the organization has helped eradicate stigma and bigotry, and created a safer place in Southern California for dialogue, community building, education and prevention services for this devastating epidemic.

The Wall Las Memorias Project has made it their mission to provide access to specialized services designed to prevent HIV/AIDS, substance abuse and to promote societal wellness; guarantee that individual voices of the community are heard and that all are in agreement on the essential need for social change; promote the use of The AIDS Monument as an acknowledged catalyst for change and action; and engage the LGBT and faith communities, making both entities full partners in promoting wellness and eliminating stigma among ALL people.