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The National AIDS Fund provides grants to support community-based HIV prevention and care programs through our expanding network of Community Partnerships. Typically, National AIDS Fund grantmaking is conducted through our growing network of Community Partnerships and is not provided directly to agencies providing services, except in cases of special initiatives. The National AIDS Fund does not give grants to individuals or organizations outside of the United States.
The National AIDS Fund, with support from the Ford Foundation and the Elton John AIDS Foundation, is pleased to announce a new grantmaking initiative entitled Southern REACH (Regional Expansion of Access and Capacity to Address HIV/AIDS). In its first year, Southern REACH will provide over $1.3 million in grant resources to community-based organizations (CBOs) in nine southern states to broaden and strengthen community capacity to address HIV/AIDS among marginalized, at-risk, and underserved populations. This will be achieved through investments in the operations and programming of strategically positioned CBOs that have the demonstrated ability to reach priority populations with HIV prevention and care services or to lead policy and advocacy efforts that will impact priority populations. CBOs in Alabama, Arkansas, Northern Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee will be eligible in this first grant round. To find out more about this grant, click here: Southern REACH.
Inquiries regarding eligibility for grants through one of our Community Partnerships may be submitted below. Additional information and links that may be of use to HIV/AIDS prevention grantseekers will be provided below.