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Grant Awards

2003 Awards
In 2003, the Foundation awarded over $450,000 to the following organizations.

NOTE: The projects below that fall outside of the foundation's funding objectives were either made prior to the recent guidelines revision or were discretionary grants for which no application is possible

ACLU Foundation - AIDS Project $10,000
To educate people with HIV living in the United States about their legal rights, and to encourage them to contact the ACLU with instances of discrimination so the ACLU can help them challenge the discrimination.
ActionAID, USA $20,000
To mobilize African civil society to exert pressure on their governments to deliver on the commitments made at the Abuja summit on HIV/AIDS, TB and other related infections and the UN General Assembly Special Session on HIV/AIDS.
Advocates for Youth $20,000
To bring a youth voice to the plight of young women of color affected by HIV/AIDS and empower them to advocate for their right to culturally relevant, research-based HIV/AIDS prevention programs, policies, and services.
AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth & Families $20,000
To develop a community response to the HIV prevention needs of African American women at risk for HIV infection as a result of their partners' high-risk behavior.
Aidspan $20,000
To reinforce the effectiveness of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
Artists for a New South Africa (ANSA) $2,500
To launch ANSA's fundraising campaign in collaboration with Carlos' Santana's 2003 Summer concert tour for the benefit of ANSA's Amandla AIDS Fund -- which will re-grant funds to South African organizations working on the frontlines of the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
The Black AIDS Institute $20,000
To develop leadership around HIV issues for thirty (30) Black gay men and create a framework for future Black Gay Men's Mobilization Initiative activities.
Black Coalition on AIDS $12,500
To improve service coordination and integration among agencies serving at-risk and multi-diagnosed African-Americans.
Black Women for Wellness $2,500
For a resource center for African American women in Los Angeles focused on prevention, education and empowerment to achieve comprehensive health and well-being.
Film Aid International $5,000
To employ the power of film to promote health, strengthen communities and enrich the lives of the world's vulnerable and uprooted.
Gay Men's Health Crisis $20,000
To analyze and issue a report on national candidates' proposals for health insurance coverage for consumers with HIV/AIDS, in order to enable people with HIV/AIDS and their advocates to influence the national health policy debate.
Gay Men's Health Crisis $20,000
To prioritize the international health services, outcomes, and operational research questions around AIDS care, identify the methodologies needed to answer key questions and the institutions that should implement this research agenda. **See John M. Lloyd AIDS Project at Stony Point Center.
Global Health Action $20,000
To develop the capacity of primary health care workers to supervise local disease prevention and administer health care and promotion in a collaborative way for the community in Heilongjiang Province, China.
Global Justice / Student Global AIDS Campaign $20,000
www.fightglobalaids.org; www.globaljusticenow.org
For a campaign to put the global AIDS pandemic on the U.S. national agenda.
The Hesperian Foundation $15,000
To expand, revise, and distribute Hesperian's HIV/AIDS manual for grassroots health workers in the developing world.
Human Rights Watch $20,000
Research and advocacy on international human rights violations associated with the global HIV/AIDS epidemic
Imperial College of London / HIV/AIDS Knowledge Programme $5,000
For a publication on the relationship among poverty, HIV/AIDS and the food crisis in Malawi.
In the Meantime Men's Group, Inc. $2,500
To support the HIV/AIDS prevention efforts of this Los Angeles-based organization that addresses the needs of men of African descent.
International Center for Research on Women $20,000
To convene a two-day consultation to bring together policymakers and advocates to build consensus on global AIDS policy, program and advocacy priorities in the context of President Bush's proposed Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.
Jane Doe Films, Inc. (formerly Raindog Films) $5,000
To screen the documentary, "No Distance Too Far," at ten Southern California high schools.
MAP International $10,000
To educate and mobilize church lay leaders and pastors in Tanzania to be effective advocates in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Murren-Walker Film Productions $20,000
For a documentary film chronicling the journey of an HIV+ South African choir to the United States to perform at the 10th Annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.
North Carolina State University $20,000
To analyze the organizational factors and campaign design elements that have led to the success of the Uganda AIDS campaigns.
Partners in Health $20,000
To develop the materials to make Partners In Health's comprehensive HIV prevention program exportable to high burdened countries.
The Pendulum Project $5,000
For re-granting to community-based organizations in South Africa for care or orphans and vulnerable children.
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) $20,000
For PHR's Health Action AIDS Campaign to develop a constituency to address the global AIDS pandemic.
Sexuality, Information, and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) $10,000
For SIECUS' Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexuality Education that provides educators, parents, and other adults who influence the lives of young people with a framework for delivering critical HIV prevention and sexuality education in the United States.
Sinikithemba Development Program $5,000
To provide medical treatment at a South African clinic.
Solidarity Against the HIV Infection in India (SAATHII) $20,000
To promote multi-sectoral collaborations and to enhance HIV/AIDS care, support and treatment services in India.
Southern New Hampshire University $15,000
For a program designed to address the economic and social needs of the poor and near poor; the very population most vulnerable to the spread of HIV/AIDS, particularly in East Africa.
Stichting Maxi Linder Association $5,000
For a support group program in Suriname (South America) where members can find professional help and understanding.


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