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2008 Awards
In 2008 the John M. Lloyd Foundation allocated the following grants totaling $484,550:

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

African Solutions to African Problems $5,000
For general support 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.
Artists for a New South Africa (ANSA) $20,000
For ANSA's to hold local and national governments accountable for addressing the HIV/AIDS pandemic by providing better funding and implementing effective programs.
The Balm in Gilead $5,000
For the Black Church HIV/AIDS Training Institute, designed to educate representatives from African American churches, train them to use available technologies and materials to provide prevention, education and testing to their congregations.
The Black AIDS Institute * $50,000
To stop the AIDS epidemic in Black communities by engaging and mobilizing traditional Black Institutions, leaders and individuals in efforts to confront HIV/AIDS.
The Black AIDS Institute $5,000
To plan and organize the Institute's first major fundraising event in New York City - Heroes in the Struggle
Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) $20,000
To educate and mobilize U.S. policymakers and constituencies in support of rights- and evidence-based U.S. global HIV prevention policy and programs.
Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) $3,000
To build and strengthen the leadership of CHANGE via a scholarship for CHANGE's executive director to attend the Rockwood Institute's Art of Leadership training.
Coalition for a National AIDS Strategy $7,000
To advocate for the development and implementation of a national aids strategy for the United States that promotes a more coordinated, and outcomes-oriented approach to the domestic epidemic.
Friends of McCord Hospital USA $5,000
To expand McCord Hospital's health care services in South Africa.
Gregg Gonsalves $100,000
The Lloyd Foundation is proud to offer its first John M. Lloyd AIDS Leaderhsip Award for this outstanding advocate who has worked to improve AIDS policies, increase AIDS funding, expand HIV awareness, and inspire others to do the same during his tenures at ACT UP, Treatment Action Group (TAG), Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC), and AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA). For more information about the award and Gregg Gonsalves, click here.
Health GAP $20,000
To attack the crisis shortage of health care workers that is impeding universal access to AIDS treatment in developing countries.
International Women's Media Foundation $14,550
Maisha Yetu Online: For a live online chat and on the ground training to launch two self-directed online training modules, enhancing and increasing news media coverage of HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria.
The Millennium Promise Alliance, Inc. $5,000
To work alongside some of the world's most impoverished citizens in Nyawara, Kenya to implement science-based interventions and targeted investments in areas that include health, agriculture, and physical infrastructure.
Project Inform $20,000
To improve policies around the Medicare Part D benefit and Part B of the Ryan White Program for people with HIV/AIDS in the United States.
Solidarity and Action Against the HIV Infection in India (SAATHII) * $50,000
To stabilize and reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS in India and ensure that people living with HIV/AIDS receive un-stigmatized, affordable and quality care, support and treatment.
Stop HIV/AIDS in India Initiative $20,000
To maintain and consolidate the gains in protecting the generic medicines produced in India and intensify its role to catalyze holistic, collective and long-term global advocacy response to reform the trade policies that affect global access to medicines.
Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) $5,000
For general support of TAC's mission to ensure that every person living with HIV in South Africa has access to quality comprehensive prevention and treatment services to live a healthy life.
Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) $5,000
For relief services for immigrants in South Africa facing violence and discrimination.
Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) $5,000
To transfer TAC's magazine from copy to a professionally designed web version, ready for print.
Treatment Action Group (TAG) * $50,000
To expand and accelerate vital HIV/AIDS research and effective community engagement with research and policy institutions.


* This is part of a three-year grant dispersed $50,000 per year.


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