HIV Aids Prevention

Coca Cola Foundation 
At The Coca–Cola Company, we recognize that we cannot have a healthy and growing business unless the communities we serve are healthy and sustainable. We are committed to improving the quality of life in the communities where we do business and have realigned our community investment priorities to be reflective of and responsive to the global and local nature of our business. Our renewed strategy focuses on global pillars where we can make a unique a...

Elton John AIDS Foundation 
The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) was established in the United States in 1992 by Sir Elton John. EJAF's U.S. office is located in New York City. In 1993, Sir Elton also established the Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF–UK) in the United Kingdom, headquartered in London. These two organizations function as separate entities with their own distinct grant–making portfolios, but both pursue similar missions – to support innovative HI...

Ford Foundation 
In 2005, five million people became infected with HIV and three million died of the disease. Around the world, more than 40 million of us live with HIV. Ignorance and discrimination persist, making it difficult for many people to access services, care and treatment. Grants made through the foundation's country and regional offices have been the cornerstone of our work, ensuring that our actions are relevant to people living with HIV and to those who a...

Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Foundation 
The Francois–Xavier Bagnoud Foundation independent of the other philanthropic activities of the Foundation, the Association Francois–Xavier Bagnoud is involved in more than two dozen initiatives involving children's rights, health and human rights, and pediatric HIV/AIDS in 17 countries.

Gill Foundation - Colorado & National Focus 
The Gill Foundation is one of the nation’s largest funders of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender civil rights work. The goal of our work is straightforward: we want to create an America in which all people are treated equally and respectfully. About 80 percent of the foundation’s work and funding is dedicated to LGBT nonprofits – both national and state organizations that work every day to bring about equality. Funding to these...

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Infinity Foundation - New Jersey & National 
The Infinity Foundation is a non–profit organization based in Princeton, New Jersey engaged in making grants in the areas of compassion and wisdom. In the area of compassion it has funded organization workings for health and human services –food banks, the American Red Cross and organizations working for AIDS victims, both in India and USA.

Ittleson Foundation - National Focus 
The Ittleson Foundation has been serving the needs of the underprivileged and providing resources for organizations. The Foundation recognizes not–for–profit organizations, dedicated to bettering the United States, and as such, we provide funds for new initiatives and model projects that have the potential to greatly enhance public policy and the lives of fellow citizens.

Jerome Robbins Foundation - HIV, Arts - National Focus 
Jerome Robbins established the Foundation in 1958, in honor of his mother, with the intent to support dance, theater, and their associative arts. Later, following the outbreak of AIDS, he directed Foundation resources to the AIDS crisis which contributions continue today. Before his death, Mr. Robbins conveyed his wish that the Foundation extend its resources to the performing arts – dance and theater especially, though not exclusively. Accordingly...

John M. Lloyd Foundation 
The John M. Lloyd Foundation amplifies its funding through flexibility in supporting novel, entrepreneurial projects that have a high likelihood of affecting social change with regard to HIV/AIDS.


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