FCAA Funder Spotlight: The Campbell Foundation

As FCAA’s most recent resource tracking report shows, we have seen a trend of funding decreases among leading HIV funders. But there are a group of funders going against the grain. In 2016, 67 private funders collectively increased their HIV-related philanthropic giving by $82 million. To honor their commitment, FCAA is shining a spotlight on […]

FCAA FUNDER SPOTLIGHT: Meet the Organizations that Increased Funding in 2016

FCAA’s latest resource tracking report found that philanthropic funding for HIV and AIDS reached the highest level to date in 2016 ($680 million). While this represented a third straight year of increase, the headline also belies a broader trend of funding decreases among leading HIV funders. In fact, without the two largest funders — the […]

Our Favorite Moments with Daniel Lee

  For the past nine years, FCAA has had the great fortune to have Daniel Lee, Executive Director of the Levi Strauss Foundation, on our Board. Although Daniel has, as of 2018, transitioned out of that role, he has left an indelible — and invaluable — imprint on our organization. Most importantly, he has been, […]

Funders Concerned About AIDS Welcomes New Board Leadership

FCAA is pleased to announce the election of four new members to its Board of Directors. We are excited and honored to have Florence Thune (Sidaction), Jesse Milan (AIDS United), Dan Williams (the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta) and Stan Wong (the Levi Strauss Foundation) join us in our efforts to educate stakeholders on the […]

The Past, Present, and Future of HIV Funding

This article was published on The American Journal of Managed Care’s website on December 11, 2017. A Kaiser Family Foundation web briefing navigated the HIV/AIDS funding landscape, taking a look at trends over time, the latest data, and what we might expect in the future.  When analyzing federal funding by the US government for HIV […]