The Amida Care Fund at Stonewall Community Foundation’s 2023 Grant Awards
December 14 2023
The Amida Care Fund at Stonewall Community Foundation has awarded a total of $22,500 in grant funding for innovative HIV prevention and services to several community-based organizations to help them continue their important work for populations most impacted by the HIV epidemic. The 2023 grantees are Caribbean Equality Project, Colectivo Intercultural Transgrediendo (CITG), NEW Pride Agenda, Out My Closet, Translatinx Network, and Trinity Place Shelter. Grantees will receive grants ranging from $2,500-4,000 each and were selected based on their outstanding work to address HIV in LGBTQ+ communities throughout New York City.
The Amida Care Fund at Stonewall Community Foundation was established as part of Amida Care’s privately funded Live Your Life wellness program and is focused on supporting work that advances the goal of Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in New York State. The Fund supports HIV education, prevention, intervention, and treatment programs that engage New Yorkers who are disproportionately impacted by HIV—such as young gay and bisexual men of color and people of transgender experience—as well as those who are HIV-positive but not receiving necessary access to care to become virally suppressed.
The Fund’s grant selection committee is composed of Amida Care executives, senior staff, and members.