Deadline: 31 December 2014
The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation accepts grant applications from all the HIV/AIDS communities worldwide. Organizations working in the sector of HIV/AIDS are required to send a statement of need along with the proposed program description and the organizations’ capacity to implement the proposed program.
The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation supports two kinds of organizations
- Delivering direct care and services to people living with HIV/AIDS
- Providing education to the public regarding the AIDS virus and the prevention of AIDS
Since its inception, The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation has provided over $14,000,000 in funding to organizations to help prevent the spread of AIDS and to provide direct care and assistance to those affected by the disease.
- Applicants must be communities/organizations working in the field of HIV/AIDS.
- Applicants must be existing organizations and entities that have exhibited integrity in managing their operations.
- Applicants must have knowledge and ability to expediently provide services or achieve other designated goals.
- Applications must be written in English language.
Documents required to apply for the grant are – A statement of need including what internal and external resources to meet the need, a description of the proposed program along with scope of the work, timelines, and profiles of individuals responsible for the completion of proposed program, budget, two letters of reference/support from cooperating AIDS service organizations and two letters of reference from government funding agencies, audited financial statements for the previous fiscal year. Additional documents are – a list of members of the BOD, a list of foundation and corporate grants in the past 12 months, along with a cover letter with email and physical address contact information.
For more information, please visit Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.