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2010 NYC AIDS Fund Grantees


With $1,100,000 from the Council of Fashion Designers of America and Vogue, raised in part through Fashion's Night Out, The New York City AIDS Fund in The New York Community Trust has made $1,346,000 in grants (listed below) for HIV prevention, advocacy and public policy, and organizational streamlining. For more about these grants, contact Ani Hurwitz at (212) 686-0010 x224.

Advocacy and Public Policy

$60,000 to Asian & Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV/AIDS, to advocate for improved  HIV prevention and care services for the Asian Pacific Islander community.

$60,000 to Correctional Association of New York, to monitor implementation of HIV and Hepatitis C health care services in State and local correctional facilities.

$60,000 to Harlem United Community AIDS Center, to train people living with AIDS to advocate for improved HIV counseling and testing in communities of color.

$40,000 to Harm Reduction Coalition, to help harm reduction agencies respond to lifting of the federal ban on funding for syringe exchange programs.

$60,000 to Legal Action Center of the City of New York, to advocate for repeal of a law criminalizing possession of syringes and to conduct HIV prevention for women and girls of color.

$40,000 to National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, to train faith-based organizations to advocate for improvements in HIV testing policies.

$40,000 to New York City AIDS Housing Network, to advocate for fair rental assistance policies for low-income New Yorkers living with AIDS.

HIV Prevention

$75,000 to Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, for an HIV prevention program for high-risk adolescents at a charter high school in Hunts Point in the Bronx.

$15,000 to Child Center of New York, for a bilingual HIV prevention program for teens at a high school in Elmhurst, Queens.

$72,000 to Community Health Project, to expand HIV prevention, testing, and care for transgender individuals.

$75,000 to Community Healthcare Network, to expand HIV prevention, testing, and referral for care for transgender individuals.

$75,000 to Discipleship Outreach Ministries, for a mobile van providing clean syringes, HIV testing, and prevention messages to drug users in Brooklyn.

$50,000 to Fortune Society, to enhance a peer-led HIV prevention program for men being discharged from correctional facilities.

$75,000 to Health and Education Alternatives for Teens (HEAT), for an HIV prevention program for young, black men who have sex with men.

$75,000 to Latino Commission on AIDS, to strengthen an HIV prevention program for Latino men who have sex with men.

$50,000 to The Osborne Association, for an HIV prevention program for female partners of men being discharged from correctional facilities.

$74,000 to Planned Parenthood of New York City, to expand an HIV prevention program for girls and young women of color at high risk for AIDS.

$75,000 to Public Health Solutions, to develop and test an internet-based HIV prevention program for men who have sex with men.

$55,000 to Red Hook Initiative, to open a confidential HIV testing site within a health center in Brooklyn.

$45,000 to Voces Latinas, to expand its promotora HIV prevention program for poor women of color.

$75,000 to Women In Need, for an HIV prevention program for young girls living in homeless shelters in Central Brooklyn and East Harlem.

Streamlining Organizations

$100,000 to Brownsville Multi-Service Family Health Center, to share a patient accounts specialist with the Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center in order to improve billing practices and maximize revenue.


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