AIDS Memorial

The Indiana AIDS Memorial at Crown Hill Cemetery is a permanent memorial dedicated in October 2000 to the thousands of lives lost to the AIDS epidemic. Situated in a beautiful wooded area in the older part of the cemetery, in the northeast corner of section 90 of Crown Hill Cemetery, the memorial is surrounded by historic headstones and other artifacts that date back to the late 1800's.  It is a beautiful setting for reflection and remembrance as well as a visual reminder of the impact of the AIDS epidemic.

A series of limestone tablets, each inscribed with the names of people who have died from AIDS, form a semicircle around the memorial. There is a separate tablet for Friends, Family and Those Who Care, for individuals, corporations, and supporters to express their commitment to the fight against HIV.

The cost to purchase and inscribe a tablet is $100 for individuals. $50 of each individual purchase contributed to The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis and can be tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

To purchase an inscription, download the order form here or contact The Health Foundation at (317) 630-1805 or

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Phone: 317.630.1805 | Fax: 317.630.1806

The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis