|The San Diego HIV Funding Collaborative|
2013 Grant Awards Announced
The San Diego HIV Funding Collaborative (SDHFC) announced that it will grant over $360,000 to ten local HIV/AIDS service organizations in 2013.
Click here to read our press release.
Who We Are
The San Diego HIV Funding Collaborative (SDHFC) is a group of funders and concerned community members. Our mission is to raise, leverage and collaboratively allocate private funds to reduce the impact of HIV in the San Diego region.
The SDHFC is a program managed by The San Diego Human Dignity Foundation.
On behalf of SDHFC, the San Diego Human Dignity Foundation raises funds from the local community, makes grants to local organizations, and assists grantees with technical support. Since 1990, over $5 million has been raised and re-granted to programs that fill gaps within the San Diego region's HIV/AIDS service delivery system.
Community partnerships with AIDS United and the Elton John AIDS Foundation have enabled SDHFC to maintain its fundraising momentum, leveraging local grants to maximize our funding potential.
More than two decades after the discovery of the disease, the need for grant-making in the area of HIV/AIDS remains critical. HIV infection continues to affect the lives of thousands of people, including minority populations, youth and women.
Read the latest from AIDS United here!
Knowing your status is key. Follow these links to find a convenient testing site:
The County of San Diego HHS has several locations for your convenience. Call for more information.
Read the 2010 Epidemiology Report here for more information on HIV/AIDS in our region.
Lead the Way San Diego is offering free testing at their storefont site in Hillcrest on the corner of University Avenue and Park Boulevard in the Egyptian building. Click here for their Web site to find out more!
San Diego Human Dignity Foundation Announces New Grant Programs!
The San Diego Human Dignity Foundation’s board of directors is proud to announce the star of two new grant opportunites to benefit San Diego's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community starting this year. In one program SDHDF will designate up to $50,000 to match qualifying donations to participating LGBT non-profit organizations for the time period of July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014. Certian qualifying restrictions will apply. In the second program, the SDHDF Board of Directors has designated up to $100,000 from its general endowment to be expended in a direct grant program for the upcoming year. Grants of up to $10,000 may be awarded to qualifying organizations that deliver strong programs and services to the LGBT community.
Click here to read more about our new grant programs!