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2004 Awards
In 2004, the John M. Lloyd Foundation awarded the following grants totaling $420,000:

NOTE: The projects below that fall outside the foundation's funding objectives were discretionary grants for which no application is possible.

Advocates for Youth $20,000
For the Young Women of Color Youth Leadership Council to bring a youth voice to the plight of young women of color affected by HIV/AIDS in the United States and to empower them to advocate for their right to culturally relevant, research-based HIV/AIDS prevention programs, policies, and services.
African Solutions to African Problems $5,000
For a general support grant to identify and partner with existing community based organizations (CBOs) that have developed comprehensive strategies and solutions to care for orphans and vulnerable children infected and affected by HIV/AIDS in South Africa.
AIDS Action Foundation $10,000
To improve the public advocacy skills of community based organizations (CBOs) in the United States through a wide variety of advocacy trainings.
AIDS Law Project $20,000
For the AIDS Law Project Litigation Fund for high impact public interest litigation in South Africa.
AIDS Policy Project $20,000
For the Global AIDS Media Strategy Project to use the media to mobilize the American public to support global AIDS funding.
Alliance for Microbicide Development $20,000
For a workshop series at Alliance for Microbicide's annual meeting to specifically address current dilemmas related to microbicide development in a coordinated way.
Artists for a New South Africa (ANSA) $20,000
To mobilize the participation of actors, musicians, athletes, writers, directors, and visual artists in ANSA's HIV/AIDS work and in other efforts to combat AIDS, in order to gain increased attention, resources, involvement, and support from the public.
The Black AIDS Institute $20,000
For a conference to launch The Black Mobilization Initiative: a movement to fight HIV/AIDS in the African American community. **See John M. Lloyd AIDS Project at Stony Point Center.
Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network $20,000
To develop model legislation relating to HIV/AIDS that respects, protects and fulfills the human rights of people living with HIV/AIDS and of those particularly vulnerable to infection.
Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project (CHAMP) $20,000
www.champnetwork.org and www.aidsinfonyc.org/champ/
For The Prevention Justice Initiative (PJI) to improve public policy in the United States on HIV prevention via trainings, leadership development, strategy coordination and mobilization.
Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation $10,000
To advocate for increased support of global prevention of mother-to-child-transmission, as well as care and treatment efforts from bilateral and multilateral organizations; and to advocate for the use of low-cost, high-quality antiretroviral drugs, including generics, for global treatment programs.
Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) $5,000
To promote treatment access and prevention of mother-to-child-transmission (MTCT) of HIV/AIDS in the developing world.
Gay Men's Health Crisis $20,000
To advocate for an implementation of the new Medicare law that will ensure access to medications for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Global AIDS Alliance $2,210
For the travel expenses of Global AIDS Alliance's Executive Director to participate in the United Nation's Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria meeting in Geneva, March 2004.
Global AIDS Alliance $20,000
A general support grant for Global AIDS Alliance's mission to hasten an end to the global AIDS crisis through mobilizing enhanced awareness, increased funding, and improved policies.
Global Fund for Women $12,500
To provide grants to women's organizations that address HIV/AIDS outside of the United States.
Global Health Council $10,000
For From Hope to Reality, a forum for international AIDS organizations at the XV International AIDS Conference to be held in Bangkok in July 2004 to ensure that the United States implements the $15 billion President's Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) initiative based on the practical experiences of those who deal with the realities of AIDS.
Global Justice / Student Global AIDS Campaign $5,000
www.fightglobalaids.org and www.globaljusticenow.org
For a mobilization of youth and students to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS.
International Gay & Lesbian Human Rights Commission $20,000
To engage in research and advocacy related to two areas of U.S. HIV policy: (1) the HIV immigration ban, and (2) aspects of U.S. foreign aid policy that exclude or fail to serve the needs of key vulnerable populations, particularly sexual minorities.
Iris House $7,500
For a general support grant to assist women and families in New York City whose lives have been altered by the HIV/AIDS virus by providing services that address their many significant needs in a caring and professional environment.
Massive Effort Campaign $20,000
To generate attention at the G8 Summit in Sea Island, Georgia from government officials, key media, civil society organizations, activists and the general public about the urgent need to increase resources to fight the AIDS pandemic.
The National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS $7,790
For the 2005 National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness and Information Day (NBHAAD), observed annually on February 7 - a community mobilization effort that calls attention to the "State of Emergency" in HIV/AIDS among African-American communities.
Population Action International $20,000
To amass documentation of the Global Gag Rule's harm to family planning and HIV/AIDS prevention efforts, to educate policymakers about its impact, and to clarify the terms of the policy to field staff.
Search for Common Ground $10,000
For a policy consensus process to reduce unnecessary conflict and increase collaboration among faith-based and secular non-governmental organizations in the global fight against HIV/AIDS.
Sexuality, Information, and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) $20,000
To monitor the implementation of the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), and to research and develop profiles for each of the 15 countries that will receive restrictive abstinence-only-until-marriage funding through PEPFAR.
Solidarity Against the HIV Infection in India (SAATHII) $20,000
To enhance the response against HIV/AIDS in India and to bolster fundraising efforts within the US for SAATHII's work in India.
The Three Amigos $20,000
For global distribution of a series of public service announcements featuring The Three Amigos, three animated talking prophylactics that advocate condom use to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS.
Treatment Action Campaign $15,000
For a leadership school to develop and maintain a core set of leaders in each province of South Africa. At the school, activists will examine political and social issues as well as important historical events that have relevance to the current environment, from both national and international perspectives.


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