Program goals: To address the complex social, medical, and legal problems of people with HIV.
Since this issue cuts across a number of program areas, projects may fall within a number of our funding categories. A limited amount of support is available specifically for policy research and advocacy efforts that:
In addition, we administer the New York City AIDS Fund a collaborative effort of grantmaking organizations in the City to promote community prevention and service projects. The Fund provides grants in four areas:
Applications are accepted only in response to requests for proposals. see our latest RFP here. With any questions about the proposal process, contact Len McNally at (212) 686 - 0010 x556.
The Trust provides funding for biomedical research projects in three areas:
Grants for these projects are awarded in response to requests for proposals. Please check here for available RFPs.
Program goals: To support program innovation and reform and eliminate service gaps.
We make grants to:
Program goals: To stimulate policymakers and service providers to improve existing services for children with disabilities and to encourage a service approach that emphasizes independence and the development of full potential.
We make grants to projects that:
Program goals: To enable elderly people to remain active in their communities and to meet the basic needs of those who are vulnerable and dependent. Resources are primarily targeted toward the most underserved elderly and those whose needs are most acute, including members of racial and ethnic minorities, the poor, and those with chronic illnesses or mental or functional disabilities.
We make grants that:
Program goals: To improve the effectiveness, responsiveness, and equity of health care in New York City.
We make grants for services, policy research, advocacy, and technical assistance that:
Promote the accessibility of basic health services, especially in minority and immigrant communities by:
Strengthen health service providers, especially those serving the City's poorest residents through:
Promote healthy lifestyles by:
Program goals: To foster the independence of people with mental illness and mental retardation, and to encourage a community-based system of care.
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