Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation
Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation Seeks Applications for HIV/AIDS Programs
The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation was established by Elizabeth Taylor in 1991 to provide grants to existing organizations for domestic and international programs that offer direct care services to people living with HIV and AIDS. Since its inception, the foundation has concentrated on supporting marginalized communities and has grown to also fund innovative HIV education and advocacy programs. To date, ETAF has awarded grants to more than six hundred and seventy-five organizations in forty-four countries and forty-two states in the United States.
One-year grants of up to $25,000 will be awarded for domestic and international programs that offer direct care services to people living with HIV and AIDS. Online trainings, curriculum development, and website projects will be a secondary priority for funding considerations.
To be eligible, applicant organizations must have at least three years’ experience in delivering HIV/AIDS programs.
See the ETAF website for complete program guidelines and application instructions.
Deadline: September 8, 2017
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