FCAA Data Spotlight: HIV-Related Philanthropy and the Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. Initiative

Mar 09, 2023
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The Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. (EHE) is a ten-year federal initiative that focuses on communities most affected by HIV by supplying resources and expertise to 50 local areas that account for more than half of new HIV diagnoses, and seven states with a substantial rural burden in order to expand HIV prevention and treatment efforts. These 57 locations are referred to as jurisdictions.

The following infographic examines HIV-related philanthropic funding that was disbursed to the 57 Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative jurisdictions in 2020.

To complete this analysis, FCAA first looked at all funding disbursed to organizations headquartered within the 57 EHE jurisdictions. To further align with EHE efforts – which emphasize local resources, context, and needs – we next removed grants that encompassed national or regional-level work. What remains, and is analyzed here, is funding to organizations based within the 57 jurisdictions and doing work at the state or local level.