“But I don’t fund healthcare…” How all donors – no matter what they fund – can help right now.

Cross-posted with permission from Firelight Foundation The incredible escalation of events prompted by COVID-19 have had profound impacts on social systems, health systems, human movement and democracies that are unprecedented in many of our lifetimes. There are so many important things that will need to be supported in the immediate and in the months to […]

Latest Resource Tracking Data Shows Relatively Flat Private Philanthropic Support for HIV/AIDS

I am pleased to share FCAA’s 17th annual resource tracking report – Philanthropic Support to Address HIV/AIDS – announcing $651 million in HIV-related philanthropic funding disbursed in 2018. The bottom line, however, is that global philanthropic funding to fight the epidemic remained relatively flat, with only a 2% increase between 2017 and 2018. If we […]

What it means to be an HIV Funder: Dr. Stellah Bosire

“The Resilience of the movement is what gives me hope.” As part of our recently launched video series, we sat down with Dr. Stellah Bosire of UHAI-EASHRI to ask an important question: What does it mean to be an HIV funder today?  As the epidemic continues to evolve, it’s more important than ever to explore this topic. […]

WHAT IT MEANS TO BE AN HIV FUNDER: LISA BOHMER

As part of our recently launched video series, we sat down with Lisa Bohmer of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation to ask an important question: What does it mean to be an HIV funder today?  As the epidemic continues to evolve, it’s more important than ever to explore this topic. With over 30 years of experience […]

Funding Safehouse: A Harm Reduction Practice with Evidence

In July FCAA launched a blog series to highlight challenges and successes grant makers and recipients are having in funding and implementing harm reduction programs. Shortly after the conclusion of this 6-part series, a U.S. District Judge ruled that the Philadelphia nonprofit organization Safehouse would be allowed to open the first site in the U.S. […]