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Our Funders

The National AIDS Fund is grateful to those organizations, foundations, corporations and individuals whose financial support makes our work possible. It is heartening to know that such a diverse group of supporters have joined forces to provide funding in support of HIV/AIDS prevention programs throughout our network of Community Partnerships.Within this section, we highlight funders of our work for the current fiscal year. While we showcase information on one particular funding organization on the preceding page, you may also follow the links within this section to learn more about other primary funders. Where possible, we have also included links to Web sites of these organizations.

If you are interested in learning more about the advantages of donating to the National AIDS Fund, we encourage you to contact our Development office by calling (202) 408-4848 x211. You may also click here to make an online donation through our secure system. Thank You.

Elton John AIDS Foundation
The National AIDS Fund is pleased to represent the Elton John AIDS Foundation in the United States by conducting its domestic grantmaking activities. Supported through private fundraising, the Elton John AIDS Foundation has as its mission to provide educational programming targeted at HIV/AIDS prevention and/or the elimination of prejudice and discrimination against persons living with HIV, and to support programs that provide services to people living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS.Corporation for National and Community Service
AmeriCorps
AmeriCorps is a network of national service programs that engage more than 50,000 Americans each year in intensive service to meet critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment. The National AIDS Fund is proud to conduct the nation’s only multi-site AmeriCorps program dedicated solely to HIV/AIDS programs in the United States.MetLife Foundation
In 1997, MetLife Foundation, in partnership with the National AIDS Fund, launched the Caring Counts Awards Program which currently supports and highlights volunteerism and lifelong community service through the National AIDS Fund AmeriCorps Program. MetLife has been a National AIDS Fund supporter since 1992.The M·A·C AIDS Fund
Established in 1994 by M·A·C Cosmetics, The M·A·C AIDS Fund supports men, women and children affected by HIV/AIDS globally.

GlaxoSmithKline
As one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, GlaxoSmithKline has maintained a commitment to innovative and established philanthropy and sponsorships, and initiatives in global public health.

IBM
IBM corporate philanthropy spans the globe with diverse and sustained giving programs that support initiatives in education, workforce development, arts and culture, and the environment to benefit communities in need.

Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson is committed to improving the community through a variety of programs both in the United States and abroad. Through a contributions effort, Johnson & Johnson is actively involved in supporting ongoing health care, educational and cultural programs.

Red Ribbon Foundation
The Red Ribbon Foundation, located in Greenwich, Connecticut, supports the fight against HIV/AIDS by awarding grants to organizations dedicated to prevention and education, cutting-edge research and compassionate care of individuals living with AIDS. Founded in 1994 by Florence and Karl Suerig to honor the life of the son they lost to AIDS, the Red Ribbon Foundation has become one of the leading AIDS fundraising organizations in Connecticut. Since inception, RRF has awarded $1.2 million to local, national and international AIDS organizations.