HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2019 AIDS PHILANTHROPY SUMMIT – PART 2

“There’s no pill to rebuild will” – Larry Scott-Walker, ThriveSS Download the full recap As 2019 marks the penultimate year of the FCAA strategic plan, we have started to reflect on the progress to date on our current plan. Established in 2015, it was the first in our history to include a specific focus on […]

Highlights from the 2019 AIDS Philanthropy Summit – Part 1

“We must reject the myth of scarcity and embrace a sense of abundance. Social justice is not a zero-sum game. We can expand our efforts to include others without abandoning people we’ve been serving all along.” John Barnes, Executive Director, FCAA FCAA Executive Director John Barnes opened the 2019 AIDS Philanthropy Summit by connecting its two themes – Keeping AIDS in […]

SUMMIT ISSUE HIGHLIGHT: HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT U=U?

In this guest blog, we’re pleased to feature Murray Penner, Executive Director for North America, Prevention Access Campaign (PAC). The PAC and the U=U Campaign will be featured at the #FCAASummit.  Can you tell us about the U=U campaign? The Prevention Access Campaign (PAC), led by Bruce Richman, started the U=U Campaign (or Undetectable equals […]

Summit Speaker Highlight: Have you met Georgia Arnold?

In this guest blog, we’re pleased to feature Georgia Arnold, Senior Vice President of Social Responsibility at Viacom International Media Networks and the Executive Director of MTV Staying Alive Foundation. Georgia will be joining us at the #FCAASummit to talk about the role of storytelling in the HIV response. In this post, she shares more […]

Resourcing Harm Reduction Blog Series: AIDS United

Recently, FCAA released a data spotlight illustrating the intersection of HIV and people who inject drugs (PWID). Given that PWID are 22 times more likely to acquire HIV than the rest of the global population, we felt that it was important to understand where private philanthropy was supporting harm reduction programs. As we worked with […]