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Human Rights Campaign’s Alphonso David explains how a Gilead Sciences grant will help the LGBTQ group fight HIV and promote health equity.
Building on the drugmaker’s HIV grants, this new funding is part of Gilead’s Racial Equity Community Impact Fund.
Here’s how some of them use The Campbell Foundation’s year-end Holiday Hug grants to help their HIV clients.
It’s part of a $234 million federal initiative to improve COVID-19 testing among vulnerable populations.
As president and CEO of AIDS United, Jesse Milan Jr. works tirelessly to end the HIV epidemic in the United States.
Plus: Watch a video interview series exploring the intersections between HIV and COVID-19.
The results of GLAAD’s first State of HIV Stigma Study coincide with news of a $9 million Gilead grant to fight HIV in the South.
Gilead Sciences provides the funds through its TRANScend initiative; Destination Tomorrow in the Bronx distributes them.
The Campbell Foundation, known for supporting HIV research, awarded the grants. Here’s how some are being used.
Here’s how local community organizations and HIV scientists alike can apply for grants from the HIV health care company.
Groups already receiving grants from the pharma giant can apply for new funds during the coronavirus crisis.
“We must keep up momentum or else the results could be disastrous for people living with HIV.”
What has happened since health experts identified an HIV cluster in Huntington, West Virginia, in 2018?
Over $11 million has been awarded to alternative, lab-based clinical research—and $1.2 million to Holiday Hugs.
The newly renamed BHT Foundation has given over $3.5 million to 196 nonprofits.
The gifts arrive from The Campbell Foundation, known for supporting HIV cure research.
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