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What Does It Mean to Be an HIV Funder Today?

  *This article was originally published on POZ. What does it mean to be an HIV funder today? And, what does the evolving funding environment mean for the organizations on the front line, those that rely on private philanthropy to continue their work? These are questions that my organization, Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA), will be asking […]

Global Fund Replenishment: Despite the Challenges, We Must Step Up the Fight

  *This article was originally published in French on Transverse. The Global Fund raises and invests nearly $4 billion a year in the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. It helps save 27 million lives and provides prevention, treatment, and care to hundreds of millions of people. As a collective of grantmakers funding the fight […]

Grantmakers in Aging publishes new Resource

FCAA was pleased to advise on this important new resource published by Grantmakers in Aging: Aging Positively: Bringing HIV/AIDS into the Aging Services Mainstream The Aging Positively paper can be downloaded at Additionally, John Barnes will be moderating the closing plenary at the Grantmakers in Aging annual conference on Friday, October 18th, entitled: Bringing HIV into […]

Keeping AIDS in the Headlines

  *This post was originally published on POZ. In the days leading up to the United States Conference on AIDS (USCA) in Washington, DC — where thousands of stakeholders will gather to focus on the plan to end HIV in America — it’s worth considering how we can better leverage the media to raise awareness, ensure the […]

Dispatch from #ForumCon19: A Focus on Philanthropy Serving People

  *This post, authored by Catorina Gironda, FCAA’s Research & Program Manager, was originally appeared on the United Philanthropy Forum blog. In 2017—my first full year working in philanthropy—I attended the United Philanthropy Forum’s annual conference in San Francisco. It was the first year the Forum opened membership to national philanthropy serving-organizations (PSOs), and the […]