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FCAA is seeking a part-time Research & Admin Assistant

Founded in 1987, the Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) mission is to mobilize the leadership, ideas, and resources of funders to eradicate the global HIV/AIDS pandemic and to address its social and economic dimensions. FCAA membership is comprised of global funders, including: Ford Foundation, the M.A.C AIDS Fund, Elton John AIDS Foundation (U.S. and U.K.), […]

A Cause for Concern

  *This article was originally published on the Alliance website. In our report, published in the lead up to World AIDS Day 2018, Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) finds that HIV/AIDS-related giving among private philanthropic organisations decreased by five per cent ($37 million) from 2016 to 2017. At $638 million, this is the lowest amount of […]

Advancing Partnership & Collaboration: More Critical than Ever #ForumCon18

*This post was originally published on the United Philanthropy Forum blog. At the moment, the populations and principles for which the philanthropic community often fights are under daily attack. For my organization — perhaps for yours, too — this is a very familiar story. Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) started in response to government indifference in […]

Road to Amsterdam: Funder guide to AIDS2018 & Social Media Toolkit

Next week thousands of activists, stakeholders, funders, policymakers, scientists and PLWHA will converge on Amsterdam for the International AIDS Conference (AIDS2018). There will be hundreds of sessions, presentations, side events and meetings. In an effort to help our partners and members navigate AIDS2018, FCAA has prepared a roadmap to highlight conference proceedings focused on issues of interest […]

Deadly Parallels: HIV/AIDS Funders Bring Hard-Learned Lessons to the Opioid Crisis

  *This article was originally published in Inside Philanthropy. If you think of a Venn diagram mapping two crises—the HIV/AIDS epidemic and opioid use—there would be a significant amount of overlap. They are analogous, in many ways: in terms of scope; the ways in which society has responded—or, more aptly, not responded—to them; and the populations […]