Levi Strauss Foundation Community Partnership Program: AIDS Prevention and Care.
The Levi Strauss Foundation devotes the majority of its health-care funding to preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS and caring for those who are affected. Priorities include direct assistance to people with HIV/AIDS and their caregivers, risk reduction education for those with high-risk behaviors, and services to populations severely affected by HIV/AIDS: IV drug users, minorities, gay and bisexual males and disadvantaged populations.
Levi Strauss Foundation
Demonstration Grants Program Development Seed Money Technical Assistance
Fund Location Note
Communities in which Levi Strauss & Co. operates production or customer service facilities. US: Alameda County, CA. Contra Costa County, CA. Marin County, CA. San Francisco County, CA. San Mateo County, CA. Henderson, NV. Albuquerque, NM. Roswell, NM. El Paso, TX. San Angelo, TX. Fayetteville, AR. Harrison, AR. Little Rock, AR. Morrilton, AR. Amarillo, TX. Brownsville, TX. Dallas, TX. Harlingen, TX. McAllen, TX. Richardson, TX. San Antonio, TX. San Benito, TX. Wichita Falls, TX. Atlanta, GA. Blue Ridge, GA. Valdosta, GA. Florence, KY. Canton, MS. Murphy, NC. Centerville, TN. Johnson City, TN. Knoxville, TN. Mountain City, TN. Powell, TN. Warsaw, VA. Miami, FL. International: Belgium. Czech Republic. Denmark. England. Finland. France. Greece. Hungary. Ireland. Italy. Netherlands. Norway. Poland. Portugal. Scotland. Spain. Sweden. Turkey. Cape Town, South Africa. Australia. Hong Kong. India. Indonesia. Japan. Malaysia. New Zealand. Pakistan. Philippines. Singapore. South Korea. Taiwan. Alberta, Canada. Ontario, Canada. Argentina. Brazil. Chile. Colombia. Mexico. Costa Rica. Dominican Republic. Guatemala. Honduras.
Single year: $10,000 - $30,000. Multi-year: $30,000 - $150,000.
Open Ended Date
Judy Belk Vice President, Levi Strauss Foundation 1155 Battery St., LS7/N San Francisco, CA 941116906 Phone: (415) 501-6579 Fax: (415) 501-6575
Single year and multi-year grants available.
Community Health Education HIV/AIDS Prevention Risk Reduction Social Services Training Programs
Bisexuals Caregivers of Persons with HIV/AIDS HIV Positive Persons Homosexuals Injecting Drug Users/Needle Sharing Partners Low Income Persons Persons Practicing High Risk Behaviors Persons with HIV/AIDS
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