Do you fund HIV-related grants? Now is your chance to be a part of a unique and valuable resource, FCAA’s annual report on the landscape of Philanthropic HIV funding, Philanthropic Support to Address HIV/AIDS! FCAA’s call for data for calendar year 2018 data is now open!
During last night’s State of the Union Address, the President declared a new commitment to ending HIV transmissions in the country by 2030. While Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) would like to celebrate the partnership and commitment of the U.S. Government in pursuing this goal, we know that to be successful, this plan would require full funding […]
New Funders Concerned About AIDS’ Report Shows Private Philanthropic Support for the Epidemic Decreased by $37 Million Between 2016 and 2017
For Immediate Release: November 29, 2018 Media Contact: Sarah Hamilton, (509) 336-9240 email@example.com Download the full press release New Funders Concerned About AIDS’ Report Shows Private Philanthropic Support for the Epidemic Decreased by $37 Million Between 2016 and 2017 Recording the lowest level of disbursements since 2014, organization signals cause for concern Washington, D.C., November […]
New FCAA Report Highlights Challenges & Opportunities for Funding Community Based Action on HIV/AIDS
A focus on communities sets the stage for the 2018 AIDS Philanthropy Summit Washington, D.C., November 5, 2018 – As it kicked off its Annual AIDS Philanthropy Summit today, Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) released a new report, Last mile funding: improving practice in philanthropic funding of community action on AIDS. The report highlights the […]
Washington, DC, May 22 2018 – On Friday, the Trump Administration announced its intent to reinstate a decades’ old policy denying government funding to Title X family planning recipients that discuss the option of abortion with their clients. It will similarly deny government resources to recipients providing abortions with funding from other sources. This “domestic […]