2012 Top Global HIV/AIDS Funders

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.

Below is an alphabetized list of websites, total 2012 disbursements and location for each funder*.

*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.

Learn more:

  • African Rainbow Minerals (ARM)   $110,881
    South Africa
    www.arm.co.za
  • amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research  $4,169,687
    US
    www.amfar.org
  • Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation and Bristol-Myers Squibb Company $7,407,874
    US
    www.bms.com
  •  Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research   $998,109
    Canada
    www.canfar.ca
  •  CAP/AIDS Network (Canada Africa Partnership)   $98,794
    Canada
    www.capaids.org
  • Children’s Investment Fund Foundation  $18,565,825
    United Kingdom
    www.ciff.org
  • Consorcio de Investigación sobre VIH/SIDA/TB (CISDAT)   $3,900,000
    Mexico
    www.cisdat.org.mx
  • The Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA) $390,900
    US
    www.diffa.org

  • Elton John AIDS Foundation $12,079,468
    United Kingdom
    www.ejaf.com
  • FXB International (Fondation Francois-Xavier Bagnoud) $3,411,932
    Switzerland
    www.fxb.org


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.