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Grants to USA and Puerto Rico nonprofit organizations for initiatives to educate about and increase awareness of HIV among Black women. Funding is intended to improve health outcomes for Black women. Priority areas of interest include promoting self-advocacy for women living with HIV, improving networks, and engaging women in HIV prevention.
ViiV Healthcare focuses its funding and collaborations on community organizations that are prioritizing work in three key focus areas:
Risk to Reasons funding is available for projects that:
All projects should reflect and respond to the unique and varied experiences of Black women of cis and trans experience, and build from the recommendations in the Risk to Reasons Guide. Applicants are encouraged to work in partnership, identify opportunities to expand their reach and networks and forge collaborations that are critical to engaging more women.
ViiV Healthcare is particularly interested in efforts that operate at the intersection of HIV and other social determinants of health including but not limited to poverty, substance use, sex work, homelessness, unemployment, incarceration, reproductive healthcare and intimate partner violence.
For information regarding intended outcomes, see: https://viivhealthcare.com/content/dam/cf-viiv/viivhealthcare/en_US/pdf/2022-risk-to-reasons-pafw-rfp.pdf#page=3
GrantWatch ID#: 202965
- Organizations applying for project support may apply for up to $150,000 per year.
- Projects that include micro-granting and/or training for organizations and providers are eligible to apply for up to $250,000 per year.
1- to 3-years of project work
Projects funded should start November 2022.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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