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Creating a Neutral Space, Pursuing a Common Mission

  *This article was originally published on the Grantmakers in Health website. Grantmakers In Health asked about the challenges and opportunities currently facing Philanthropy Serving Organizations (PSOs), and in considering my response I found myself reflecting on the origins of Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA). We were founded in 1987, just 6 years into the […]

Elton John AIDS Foundation Announces U.S. Grantmaking After Extensive Overhaul

  *This article originally appeared on The Body. Elton John has often flown beyond our stratosphere, whether riding the recently released biopic that earned $25.7 million in its opening weekend in the U.S. or the 40-year rock-star career that is the basis of the movie. In between the Rocketman currently in theaters and the “Rocket Man” featured on 1972’s Honky […]

World Health Day: A Reminder of Resources Required to Meet Global Health Goals

  *This post, authored by FCAA Executive Director, John Barnes, originally appeared on the Morning Consult website.   The focus of World Health Day — taking place on April 7 — is universal health coverage. It’s a reminder to global and national leaders to take action to ensure that all people have affordable access to quality health […]

Spotlight on HIV-related philanthropy in Africa

*This post was originally published on the Africa Grantamakers’ Affinity Group Blog.    In partnership with the Africa Grantmakers’ Affinity Group, Funders Concerned About AIDS  has created a new infographic to spotlight the scope of 2017 philanthropy disbursed for HIV-related efforts in Africa. We believe such tools are key to helping private grantmakers better understand the funding landscape. […]

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 […]