Funding for HIV/AIDS in South Africa
A Directory Compiled by the Africa Grantmakers' Affinity Group August 2004
Africa Grantmakers' Affinity Group 437 Madison Avenue, 37th Floor New York, New York 10022 Telephone: 212-812-4212 Fax: 212-812-4299 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.africagrantmakers.org
Introduction The Africa Grantmakers’ Affinity Group (AGAG) is a membership organization of grantmakers currently funding, or interested in funding, in Africa. AGAG has its roots in the South Africa Grantmakers’ Affinity Group, a loose network of donors involved in South Africa during the 1980s. In 2000, this group was reconstituted as the Africa Grantmakers’ Affinity Group and expanded its mandate to include all of Africa. AGAG established an office in 2001, hired staff, and began the process of growing from a loose network of foundations into a formal organization. AGAG’s mission is to promote increased and more effective foundation funding in Africa through building and sharing knowledge about primarily U. S. foundation funding in Africa. AGAG is a project of the Tides Center and is housed in the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. This directory on “Funding for HIV/AIDS in South Africa” was compiled to serve a resource for grantmakers who are interested in starting a new program, or expanding a current program, to support efforts to combat HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Although AGAG focuses primarily on foundations in the United States, this directory also includes foundations based in Europe and in Africa. It is not meant to be a definitive list, but to serve as a starting point. AGAG welcomes information from foundations who are not listed in this directory that are funding HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa and would like to be included. AGAG hopes this directory will be a useful tool for funders. It contains contact information and a brief description of HIV/AIDS-related funding and the annual budget (to the extent that this information was available) for each foundation. Information was gathered from foundation staff, websites, and other public sources. For detailed information about the funding programs of the foundations included in this directory, please consult the website listed with each foundation. Niamani Mutima Director Africa Grantmakers’ Affinity Group email@example.com
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AGAG would like to express appreciation to Nancy Muirhead of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and Casey Miller, Program Consultant for AGAG, for their assistance in compiling this directory. 2 Funding for HIV/AIDS in South Africa, a publication of the Africa Grantmakers’ Affinity Group
AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD SERVICE 45 West 36th Street, 10th Floor New York, NY 10018 Ph: 212-273-1640 Fax: 212-736-3463 Website: www.ajws.org The American Jewish World Service funds prevention, education, the care and support for people living with HIV/AIDS, treatment advocacy and preparedness efforts, home-based care, capacity building, orphan care, and income generation for communities impacted by HIV/AIDS. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa is approximately $150,000. ATLANTIC PHILANTHROPIES Postnet Suite 63 New York Office: Private Bag X42 125 Park Avenue, 21st floor Braamfontein 2017 New York, NY 10017-5581 South Africa Ph: 212-916-7338 Ph: 27-11-339-4054 Fax: 212-916-7321 Fax: 27-11-339-4057 Website: www.atlanticphilanthropies.org Atlantic Philanthropies funds treatment literacy for people with HIV/AIDS receiving anti-retrovirals, capacity building for public health workers to administer anti-retrovirals, support for centers of excellence in public health, and the retention of professionals in the health service. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa is $10,000,000 for 2004. BERNARD VAN LEER FOUNDATION Eisenhowerlaan 156, 2517KP P.O. Box 82334, 2508 EH The Hague, The Netherlands Ph: 31-70-331-2200 Fax: 31-70-350-2373 Website: www.bernardvanleer.org The Bernard van Leer Foundation supports initiatives that focus on children affected by HIV/AIDS and their families, and addresses HIV/AIDS from an early childhood perspective. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa is $518,000. BILL AND MELINDA GATES F OUNDATION P. O. Box 23350 Seattle, WA 98102 Ph: 206-709-3100 Fax: 206-709-3217 Website: www.gatesfoundation.org The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funds the development of tools and programs to reduce and prevent the transmission of HIV, advocacy, stigma reduction, and reduction of TB infection in settings of high HIV prevalence and TB-HIV co-infection. The average annual funding from 2000 to 2003 for HIV/AIDS-related activities was $14,000,000. This amount included multi-country projects in which South Africa was one site. Gates does not organize its portfolio by country.
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BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB FOUNDATION 345 Park Avenue New York, NY 10154 Ph: 212-546-4000 Fax: 212-546-9572 Website: www.bms.com/sr/philanthropy/data/introx.html The Bristol-Meyers Squibb Foundation funds Public Health fellowships, curriculum development for health professionals, community-based treatment sites and intervention programs, and capacity building. South Africa is one of the five countries included in their Secure the Future program which supports community outreach programs and research funding for HIV/AIDS in Southern and Western Africa. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa is $3,500,000. CHARLES STEWART MOTT FOUNDATION SOUTH AFRICA OFFICE: 503 South Saginaw Street 1ST F LOOR BRAAMFONTEIN CENTRE Suite 1200 23 JORISSEN ST., BRAAMFONTEIN 2001 Flint, MI 48502 SOUTH AFRICA Ph: 810-238-5651 PH : 27-11-403-6934 Fax: 810-766-1753 F AX: 27-11-403-7566 Website: www.mott.org The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation does not have a distinctive HIV/AIDS program in South Africa. Mott integrates support for HIV/AIDS activities into its three main program areas. Mott made a one time $1,000,000 grant to Interfund, to support their work focusing on prevention, education and training related to HIV/AIDS, and with orphans and vulnerable children. CITY BRIDGE F OUNDATION THE WATERGATE 600 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, NW W ASHINGTON, D.C. 20037 PH : 202-672-5865 F AX: 202-672-5917 The CityBridge Foundation currently funds two HIV/AIDS programs in South Africa; the Foundation for Professional Development to develop and implement an HIV/AIDS training course for nurses and compliance counselors, and an ARV pilot program run through the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation. The Foundation also supports anti-retroviral therapy and therapeutic monitoring for patients at the Guguletu Community Health Center. The total funding for these grants is $591,000. The Foundation does not accept solicitations. DORIS DUKE CHARITABLE F OUNDATION 650 5th Avenue, 19th Floor New York, NY 10019 Ph: 212-974-7016 Fax: 646-428-2756 Website: www.ddcf.org The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation funds capacity building for clinical research required for effective treatment and care of HIV/AIDS and related illnesses. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa from 2002 to the present was $3,750,000.
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ELIZABETH GLASER PEDIATRIC AIDS F OUNDATION CA office: 420 Lexington Ave, Suite 2216 2950 31st Street, Suite 125 New York, NY 10170 Santa Monica, CA 90405 Ph: 212-682-8151 Ph: 310-314-1459 Fax: 212-682-8643 Fax: 310-314-1469 Website: www.pedaids.org The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation funds the prevention of mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of HIV and the provision of expanded care and support for families. It also supports International Leadership Awards for research, training and implementation programs in resource poor countries. The 2004 funding budget is $315,000 for MTCT and $300,000 for the International Leadership Awards. F IRELIGHT F OUNDATION 510 Mission Street Santa Cruz, CA 95060 Ph: 831-429-8750 Fax: 831-429-2036 Website: www.firelightfoundation.org The Firelight Foundation funds orphans, vulnerable children and families affected by HIV/AIDS in South Africa through grantmaking, strategic alliances, monitoring, evaluation, technical assistance, public awareness and donor outreach. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS related activities in South Africa ranges from $75,000 - $125,000. F ORD FOUNDATION Ford Foundation, Southern Africa 32 East 43rd Street P.O. Box 30953 New York, NY 10017 Braamfontein 2017 Ph: 212-573-5000 Johannesburg, South Africa Fax: 212-351-3577 Ph: 27-11-276-1200 Website: www.fordfound.org Fax: 27-11-276-1248 The Ford Foundation funds HIV/AIDS and governance activities, including strengthening local government and civic responses to HIV/AIDS, advocacy and policy development. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa is $1,962,000. F RANCOIS-XAVIER BAGNOUD F OUNDATION U.S. office: FXB Worldwide: 651 Huntington Ave. Av. de la Gare 29 Suite 711C CH - 1950 Sion, Switzerland Boston, MA 02115, Ph: 41-27-327-7020 Ph: 617-432-3511 Fax: 41-27-327-7021 Fax: 617-432-3578 Website: www.afxb.org The Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Foundation is working with seven schools in two provinces - three in Mpumalanga (Witbank) and four in Gauteng (Alexandra Township and Soweto, as well as surrounding informal settlements). These communities not only have high numbers of AIDS orphans and vulnerable children but must also deal with poor sanitation, high rates of unemployment, widespread malnutrition, and high rates of abuse of children and women. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDSrelated activities in South Africa is $199,400.
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GLAXOSMITH KLINE, SOUTH AFRICA Carisbrook Building, The Campus 57 Sloane Street/Private Bag X173 Bryanston 2021 South Africa Ph: 27-11-745-6000 Fax: 27-11-745-7000 Website: www.gsk.com/countryhubs/za/docs/ GlaxoSmithKline funds an HIV Infant Care Program; the AIDS Care, Training, and Support Clinic; and Operation Nakekela, a study focusing on basic care for orphans. Information regarding the annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa was not available. HENRY J. KAISER FAMILY FOUNDATION 1450 G Street NW Washington, DC 20005 Ph: 202-347-5270 Fax: 202-347-5274 Website: www.kff.org The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation funds prevention among youth, HIV testing and Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT), nutrition education and information, effective clinic-level approaches, and responses to the early identification of HIV infection among people living in rural areas. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa was $12,000,000. IRENE DIAMOND F UND 375 Park Ave., Suite 3303 New York, NY 10152 Ph: 212-838-9525 The Irene Diamond Fund supports the study of antiretroviral therapy and treatment and research skills building workshops. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa is $400,000 over three years. IZUMI FOUNDATION One Financial Center, 28th Floor Boston, MA 02111 Ph: 617-292-2333 Fax: 617-292-2315 Website: www.izumi.org The Izumi Foundation supports health care infrastructure, advocacy networks for people living with HIV/AIDS, and capacity building for NGOs in the HIV/AIDS field. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa is $110,000. LEVI STRAUSS SOUTH AFRICA P/L Safmarine House 22 Riebeek Street 4th Floor Cape Town 8001 South Africa Ph: 27-21-403-9400 Fax: 27-21-419-1713 Website: http://www.levistrauss.com/responsibility/foundation/ Levi Strauss funds prevention and public policy work. Information regarding its annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa was unavailable.
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OPEN SOCIETY F OUNDATION FOR SOUTH AFRICA P O Box 23161, Claremont, 7735 1st floor, Colinton House, The Oval, Newlands, 7700 South Africa Ph: 27-21-683-489 Fax: 27-21-683-3550 Website: www.osf.org.za The Open Society Foundation for South Africa supports HIV/AIDS-related activities through its Media Program and their Human Rights and Governance Program. The Media Program supports community radio stations throughout South Africa that broadcast HIV/AIDS-related radio programs. The Human Rights and Governance Program supports projects related to treatment access. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa is $687,074. OPEN SOCIETY INSTITUTE (NEW Y ORK) 400 West 59th Street New York, NY 10019 Ph: 212-548-0600 Fax: 212-548-4600 Website: www.soros.org The Open Society Institute Network Public Health Programâ€™s International Palliative Care Initiative is designed to serve as a catalyst to advance programs in palliative care education, training, policy development and service delivery and to advocate for their full integration into national HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment programs. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa is $300,000. THE OVERBROOK FOUNDATION 122 East 42nd St., Suite 2500 New York, NY 10168 Ph: 212-661-8710 Fax: 212-661-8664 Website: www.overbrook.org The Overbrook Foundation funds the development of local NGOs focused on HIV/AIDS through intermediary funding organizations. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa was less than $250,000 per year from 2001 to present. THE PFIZER F OUNDATION/PFIZER , INC . 235 East 42nd Street New York, NY 10017 Ph: 212-733-2323 Fax: 212-573-2883 Website: www.pfizer.com/subsites/philanthropy/ The Pfizer Foundation program in South Africa includes the Diflucan Partnership Program, a publicprivate partnership with the Ministry of Health, and provides training for health care providers. Pfizer, Inc. and the Pfizer Foundation grants programs support organizations working on HIV/AIDS-related activities. The Pfizer Foundation supports Columbia University's MTCT program and its Global Health Fellows program places Pfizer employees with NGOs in South Africa. In 2003, Pfizer and the Pfizer Foundation contributed over $48 million to HIV/AIDS programs around the world, with grants totaling more than $8 million and donations of medicines totaling more than $39 million. The Pfizer Foundation has awarded almost $5 million in grants to improve HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and Latin America since 2002.
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PUBLIC W ELFARE F OUNDATION 1200 U Street, NW Washington, DC 20009 Ph: 202-965-1200 Fax: 202-265-8851 Website: www.publicwelfare.org The Public Welfare Foundation funds advocacy, prevention and education campaigns, and outreach to communities affected by HIV/AIDS. The annual funding budget in 2003 for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa was $120,000. ROCHE PRODUCTS (PTY) LTD U.S. Headquarters: South Africa office Hoffmann-La Roche Inc. Gauteng 340 Kingsland Street 4 Brewery Road, Isando Nutley, New Jersey 07110 PO BOX 129, Isando, 1600, South Africa Ph: 973-235-5000 Ph: 27-11-928-8734 Fax: 27-11-392-2338 Website: www.rocheusa.com Roche in South Africa supports access to health care for people with HIV/AIDS through the Roche Health Clinic on the Phelophepa Train. Information regarding the annual funding budget for HIV/AIDSrelated activities in South Africa was unavailable due to their corporate policy. ROCKEFELLER BROTHERS F UND 437 Madison Avenue, 37th Floor New York, NY 10022 Ph: 212-812-4200 Fax: 212-812-4299 Website: www.rbf.org The Rockefeller Brothers Fund supports three HIV/AIDS-related areas in South Africa: 1) mitigating the impact of HIV/AIDS on basic education for children; 2) assisting orphans and vulnerable children through the development and evaluation of models and social science research; and 3) improving understanding of the linkages between HIV/AIDS and sustainable development. The annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa is $1,600,000. ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION 420 Fifth Avenue NY, NY 10018 Ph: 212-852-8326 Fax: 212-852-8279 Website: www.rockfound.org The Rockefeller Foundation funds research to enhance sound clinical management of HIV/AIDS, and efforts to bring indigenous knowledge and traditional social relations to bear on the challenges posed by the pandemic. Information regarding their annual funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa is unavailable, because Rockefeller does not track funding by country. UNITED NATIONS F OUNDATION 1225 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite 400 Washington D.C. 20036 Ph: 202-887-9040 Fax: 202-887-9021 Website: www.unfoundation.org The United Nations Foundation funds youth and prevention, including voluntary counseling and testing, youth-friendly services, information and media development and campaigns. Their total funding budget for HIV/AIDS-related activities in South Africa is $2,300,000 over the past 3 years.
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W.K. KELLOGG F OUNDATION One Michigan Avenue East Battle Creek, MI 49107 Ph: 269-968-1611 Fax: 269-968-0413 Website: www.wkkf.org W.K. Kelloggâ€™s HIV/AIDS related in South Africa includes its integrated rural development program and a special appropriation for work related to orphans and vulnerable children. The annual funding budget for the rural development program is approximately $1,000,000, and a special one-time appropriation of $5,000,000 was made for work related to orphans and vulnerable children in Zimbabwe, Botswana, and South Africa.
Note: The Carnegie Corporation of New York does not fund HIV/AIDS-related activities, but it did give three special one-time grants totaling $2,600,000 over three years (ending in 2004) to universities in South Africa for projects related to HIV/AIDS. The Merck Company Foundation does not fund in South Africa directly, but Merck and Company has provided support for HIV/AIDS-related programs through support to Harvard University.
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