Grant Amount: AIDS United will award 7-10 grants of up to $30,000 each.
AIDS United announces funding to support HIV/AIDS prevention programs in Puerto Rico. Grants will support community-based organizations in the implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention programs serving priority populations.
This funding is meant to boost the capacity of community-based organizations and collaboratives to provide vital HIV/AIDS prevention services, such as risk reduction counseling and group programs, HIV testing and counseling, peer-based outreach and education, syringe exchange and community-level interventions to reduce stigma. These grants are intended to support costs directly associated with the design, implementation and/or evaluation of specific HIV/AIDS prevention interventions.
Of particular interest are applications from organizations that have demonstrated experience supporting and reaching highly impacted communities, including: Substance users, including intravenous drug users; High-risk youth; Gay and bisexual men; Women and girls, particularly those in high risk situations, including domestic and intimate partner violence; Individuals involved in commercial sex work; Incarcerated/formerly incarcerated individuals; and Persons who are homeless.
General/Operating Support Program Development
Fund Location Note
Funds will support organizations located in and serving residents of Puerto Rico.
Community Based Organizations IRS 501 (c)(3) Organizations Nonprofit Organizations
Number of Awards Given
7 - 10 awards
Award Amount Notes
AIDS United will award 7-10 grants of up to $30,000 each by December 31, 2012, for the term of one year (January 1, 2013 – December 31, 2013).
Application Due Date
AIDS United ,
1 year (January 1, 2013 – December 31, 2013).
Counseling HIV Test Related Counseling HIV Testing HIV/AIDS Prevention Outreach Peer Education Risk Reduction
At Risk Youth Female Sex Workers Homeless Persons Homosexuals Incarcerated Persons Injecting Drug Users/Needle Sharing Partners Substance Abusers Women
Organizations interested in applying for a grant must submit a complete application via AIDS United’s grant system, PhilanTrack. Applicants are required to submit a proposal narrative, budget and required attachments. The online application and submission system may be found through the AIDS United website, http://www.aidsunited.org/grant?seekers/grant?announcements/, or by linking directly to PhilanTrack at http://www.philantrack.com/app/Eligibility/FundingCycle/302/rWItF56fOuggmx9BWepdSA. The application MUST be submitted no later than October 29, 2012, by 11:59 p.m. However, it is strongly encouraged completing the application early to allow for unforeseen technical difficulties.
Submit the application in either English or Spanish. Applications in either language will receive equal consideration.
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