As of January 2021, our strategic grant-making initiatives have directly funded more than $118 million to local communities, and we have leveraged more than $184 million in additional investments for programs that include, but are not limited to, syringe access, access to care, capacity-building, HIV prevention and advocacy.
Regions we’ve been able to provide support for:
People Organizing Positively
We’re pleased to announce the opportunity for grant support through the seventh cycle of the People Organizing Positively initiative. With continued funding support from Gilead Sciences Inc., we anticipate making eight to 12 grant awards that will range from $35,000-$45,000 per award for a 12-month project period.
Funding will prioritize projects developed within organizations serving and advocating for people living with HIV. Applicants must demonstrate organizational dedication to the leadership development of people living with HIV predicated on the principles of Meaningful Involvement of People Living with HIV.
The goals of the initiative are to support organizations that:
- Embrace and operationalize the principles of Meaningful Involvement of People Living with HIV.
- Increase leadership capacity of people living with HIV.
- Support grassroots activities that involve the leadership of people living with HIV.
- Strengthen the organizational practices that embody and operationalize MIPA values.
Pre-applications will be accepted between June 22, 2022, and July 7, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. EDT. Applicants must submit all materials through our online portal: aidsunited.force.com
Relief, Recovery & Resilience Fund
Established to help meet the immediate and urgent needs of people living with and vulnerable to HIV in regions affected by urgent crises like earthquakes and hurricanes, and now the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund supports access to HIV care, housing, food and much more.
Please note that funds are not currently available to support additional requests. However, we anticipate receiving new funds in the coming months to continue our support for organizations doing this important work.
Competitive organizations must:
- Have an HIV focus and utilize a social and racial justice framework.
- Clearly articulate the importance of the issue or challenge that they and their community are experiencing, the current opportunity to address it, and why the applicant is the appropriate entity
to address the stated challenge.
- Have 501(c)(3) nonprofit status as designated by the IRS or have a fiscal sponsor that does.