At FCAA, we believe that our members are the driving force behind our success. Whether identifying issues and priorities, finding new and innovative ways to use the resource tracking data, or collaborating on the solutions that will drive our field forward, members are driving progress.
As a member of our organization, you become part of a global community of philanthropic grantmaking institutions who are dedicated to making a positive impact in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
Our 46 member organizations collectively represented 60% of worldwide HIV-related philanthropic giving.
We welcome membership from all types of grantmaking institutions, including private foundations, corporate donors, community foundations, and intermediary organizations. If you share our commitment to ending the HIV epidemic worldwide, we invite you to join us and become a part of this important work.
Together, we have the power to create meaningful change and make a difference in the lives of millions of people impacted by this epidemic.
Together, we can achieve our shared goal of a world without AIDS.
AIDS Foundation of Chicago
AIDS Funding Collaborative
American Jewish World Service
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS
California Wellness Foundation
Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project
Children’s Investment Fund Foundation
Comer Family Foundation
Community Education Group
Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation
Elton John AIDS Foundation
Fondation de France
Gilead Sciences, Inc
Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
Johnson & Johnson
Levi Strauss Foundation
Open Society Foundation
Red Umbrella Fund
San Francisco AIDS Foundation
Stephen Lewis Foundation
The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
Third Wave Fund
Transgender Strategy Center
Until There’s A Cure Foundation
Washington AIDS Partnership
Bold = new or returning member
Where Our Members are Located
Our Members HIV-Related Grantmaking Budget
*Based on resource tracking data: Philanthropic Support to Address HIV and AIDS in 2020.