PASADENA (CBS) — In celebration of World AIDS Day, Kaiser Permanente Southern California is giving a total of $357,557 in grants to 35 nonprofit organization that serve people living with HIV and AIDS.

Kaiser Permanente Southern California has awarded more in $3 million in community benefit HIV/AIDS grants since 2000.

Grant recipients include the Laguna Beach Community Clinic in Anaheim, which was awarded $5,000 to target underserved Latinos with HIV/AIDS.

A $12,000 grant was also awarded to the Alliance for Housing and Healing in Los Angeles, which provides community housing options and support services to homeless people living with HIV/AIDS and their family members.

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