Published On: Mon, Jun 8th, 2015

Elton John AIDS Foundation Grants to Create an AIDS Free Future

Deadline: Ongoing

The Elton John AIDS Foundation is accepting applications for EJAF 2015 grants to help create an AIDS free future.

The Foundation is committed to:

  1. No more discrimination
  2. No more new HIV infections
  3. No more AIDS deaths

In line with the UNAIDS’s agenda, EJAF’s grant making strategy is built around two key focus areas: vulnerable populations and large scale and grass roots initiatives.

Grants can be divided into following two categories:

  1. Key Vulnerable Populations
    1. Pioneer Grants – A 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.
    2. Flagship Grants – A Flagship Grant targets a specific vulnerable group through a number of related initiatives within an individual country.
  2. Large Scale and Grass Roots Initiatives
    1. Support Grants – These are grants which drive momentum towards an AIDS free future because they have the potential to have an impact on large numbers of people.
    2. Robert Key Memorial Fund – small, one-off grants to grassroots initiatives that deliver tangible, immediate benefits to people living with HIV.

Eligible Countries

  • Europe – Russian Federation, Ukraine and the United Kingdom.

Note: Countries with a asterix (*) are not eligible for Pioneer Grants.

How to Apply?

Applicants are invited to complete and submit an online concept note. Speculative applications by email cannot be accepted and all such applications will not be reviewed.

For more information, visit EJAF.

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