In this year's resource tracking report, Global Philanthropic Support to Address HIV/AIDS in 2012, 247 funding organizations disbursed $636 million to HIV/AIDS-related work. Below is a list of those top funding organizations from the U.S., E.U., and countries outside of the U.S. and Western and Central Europe.
*Please note, for organizations located in the U.S., those who
gave $300,000 or more in 2012 were identified as "top" funders. Only
those 69 "top" funders are listed.
Note: DEVIRUCO, the Irene Diamond Fund, the James B. Pendleton Charitable Trust, the Philip T. and Susan M. Ragon Institute Foundation, and the H. van Ameringen Foundation do not have websites.
Special features throughout the report focus on forward-thinking funders that have adapted aligned their funding to key current data and policy initiatives.
Resource tracking data represent only financial contributions from HIV/AIDS funders, in the form of external grants and programs. Such financial contributions can be used to conduct a trend analysis because they are quantifiable as monetary amounts and are measurable in a clear and distinct way. However, many funders contribute in other important ways that are not as easily quantifiable or measurable.
Please download "Non-Financial Source of Support" to learn more about in-kind donations, technical assistance, and other contributions from 2012 HIV/AIDS Philanthropic Funders.
Funders Concerned About AIDS | 1100 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 1200, Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202-721-1196 Fax: 202-822-2142 | firstname.lastname@example.org