Deadline: 12 September 2014
The Elton John AIDS Foundation is accepting applications from registered not-for-profit and charitable organizations in Africa, Asia, Europe, America and the Caribbean for its Pioneer Grants. The foundation aims to create an AIDS free future for everybody in this world. The foundation provides funding to programs that help to
- Alleviate the physical, emotional or financial pain of people living with, affected by or at risk of HIV/AIDS
- Continue the fight against HIV/AIDS so that no one is left behind
The Pioneer Grant supports a specific initiative focusing on an individual key population at higher risk – such as men who have sex with men (MSM), sex workers and injecting drug users – within an individual country. Applications can be made for more than one year and there is no maximum/minimum figure for grant request.
- Gay men and HIV
- Youth and HIV
- Black Americans and HIV
- Prisoners and ex-offenders and HIV
- Injection drug users and HIV
- Policies and HIV
- Applicants must be a registered not-for-profit or charitable organization in one of the following countries – Cameroon, Cote D’Ivoire, Ghana, India, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Myanmar (Burma), Nigeria, Russian Federation, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
- Applicants must have focus on service delivery.
- Applicants must be catalytic in nature, scalable in design, and innovative.
- Applicants must be able to track changes such as access to condoms, HIV testing and treatment of program beneficiaries.
Note: Eligible applicants must complete and submit the online Concept Note Form within the deadline. Selected applicants will be invited to submit full proposal.
For more information, please visit EJAF Pioneer Grants.