Elton John AIDS Foundation Invites Letters of Intent for 2011 Funding Round

May 27, 2011

The Elton John AIDS Foundation is accepting Letters of Intent for its 2011 open call for grant proposals.

For this funding round, as in previous years, EJAF invites LOIs from any proposed project that is aligned with EJAF grantmaking priorities including HIV programs focused on gay men’s health and rights, African American health and rights, youth mobilization for sexual health and rights, syringe access and harm reduction, prisoner re-entry, and scale-up of quality HIV programming in the southern United States, Puerto Rico, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

Any nonprofit organization located in the U.S., Canada, the Caribbean, and Central and South America may apply for funding.

Unsolicited proposals should request no more than $50,000 during the calendar year of 2011.

Organizations must complete the online LOI by June 1, 2011. Organizations approved to submit a full application will be notified by July 15, 2011, with full online applications due by September 1, 2011.

Visit the EJAF Web site for complete program guidelines and the online LOI form:  http://www.ejaf.org/pages/grants/eligibility/index.html

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2 Responses to “Elton John AIDS Foundation Invites Letters of Intent for 2011 Funding Round”


  1. Kivandeni Foster Care and Support for Aids Orphans and needy children is a Charitable Children’s Institution that was founded in the year 2004 by Bidii Women group and as a solution of addressing the following problems:-
    • High prevalence of Orphans due to increase in HIV/AIDS pandemic.
    • Increase in incidents of drug trafficking and doping among the youth and children.
    • High rate of Primary school dropouts due to high poverty levels in the community that culminates in practice of prostitution among the girls and boys youth group. Hence the institution was founded as a way of rehabilitating HIV/AIDS Orphans and Vulnerable Children from the streets and its neighborhood.
    with their respective foster parents and guardians.
    – The programme caters for the medical needs of the children whereby it has a first Aid Kit to attend to emergency cases.
    – The programme offers guiding and council ling to its children so as to enable them grow up as responsible citizens of this Country.
    – The Programme encourages freedom of worship, expression and practice of cultural beliefs by its children.

    VALUES;
    KORC observes and promotes the realization of children’s rights, both girls and boys, with commitment to the below objectives.
    1. Children are equal partners in all actions, concerning their well-being and development.
    2. Children grow in an environment that guarantees them their full rights to survival, development, protection and participation.
    3. Families are the basic unit of care and nurturing for a child but NGOs, Civil society and Government must support them in the task. Assists provide an enabling environment and institutional framework for the full realization of the child’s rights Kenya.

    PROGRAMS OFFERED BY THE ORPHANAGE:
    -Provides foster care to Orphans and Vulnerable Children.
    –Provides adequate feeding to the foster care children in the programme.
    -Provides both Primary and Secondary Education to the Children in the programme while staying
    -To advocate for the girl child prostitution and early marriages, every child is entitled to equity and justice, irrespective of sex, age, colour, creed, religion, ability or disability.
    -To end child labour and emotional abuse by their employers ranging from defilement, overworking, molestation, forced drug abuse / trafficking and starvation among others.
    -To help work against poverty and discouragement of the abused child
    We request for your partnership,
    Thank you,
    J M Mainga


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