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. […]

Wrapping Up 2019

Whoosh. That sound you just heard? It was 2019 flying by. Though it’s hard to believe the year is nearly at its conclusion, we have reached the time when we take stock of what has been accomplished and what we can anticipate in the coming 12 months. So here we go… This past year, as […]

New Video Series: What Does it Mean to be an HIV Funder?

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 the underlying drivers of the epidemic. Our next plan will need to go even […]

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 […]