DEEP DIVE: HIV-RELATED PHILANTHROPY AND THE ENDING THE HIV EPIDEMIC IN THE U.S. INITIATIVE
A recording of this webinar is available to FCAA members on the FCAA membership & grants directory
In November FCAA launched a new data spotlight and initiative in partnership with AIDSVu that revealed that the majority of HIV-related philanthropy in the U.S. only reaches the top 10 EHE jurisdictions.
While the EHE offers a clear opportunity for leverage and alignment between private and public funding to end the HIV epidemic, our data reveals that this isn’t happening in most jurisdictions.
Recent news signaling catastrophic cuts to HIV funding in Tennessee reminds us of the urgency of why mobilizing philanthropic resources to end HIV is more important than ever.
This deep-dive conversation helped to brainstorm:
- How do we reengage local philanthropic responses to HIV?
- How might you use this data to inform your advocacy and responsive grantmaking?
- What other data would add value to your work?
- Meeting Slides
- Harold Phillips, ONAP, welcome remarks
- HIV-Related Philanthropy and theEnding the HIV Epidemic in the U.S.Initiative
- ENDING THE HIV EPIDEMIC IN THE U.S.
- Funders Concerned About AIDS on Philanthropic EHE Funding
- AIDSVU. DEEPER LOOK: Ending the HIV Epidemic
- A Letter on the Recent Tennessee Funding Decision