Supporting Innovative HIV/AIDS Research Since 1995

The Campbell Foundation has been a part of helping to discover better treatments for people with HIV, as well as funding research into a cure for HIV, since its creation by the late Richard Campbell Zahn in 1995.

It was Mr. Zahn's wish that his private, independent foundation support nonprofit organizations conducting clinical, laboratory-based research into the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS, and related conditions and illnesses.

Since 1995, The Campbell Foundation has used its initial endowment and donations to fund alternative, nontraditional avenues of research that will have direct clinical impact/relevancy to the HIV care/research community within five to seven years.

Our board of directors remains dedicated to pursuing Mr. Zahn's original goals.

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We Fund Research to Treat and Cure HIV / AIDS

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The Campbell Foundation Provides Nonprofits With “Holiday Hug”

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Dec. 10, 2014 – Nineteen nonprofit organizations that provide services to the HIV/AIDS community are this year’s recipients of The Campbell Foundation’s annual “holiday hug.” More

Campbell Foundation Executive Interviewed for World AIDS Day 2014 More