News 2018

32k in "Holiday Hugs" Given to 10 HIV/AIDS Nonprofits

POZ Magazine

It’s that time of the year! The Campbell Foundation has given out its annual “Holiday Hugs,” which are end-of-the-year grants awarded to HIV/AIDS service organizations to use as they see fit. This year, nine Florida-based nonprofits each received a $3,000 grant and a 10th group, Basic NWFL, was awarded $5,000.

What Role Does Lymph Node Scarring Play in the Body's Fight Against HIV?

POZ Magazine

It’s that time of the year! The Campbell Foundation has given out its annual “Holiday Hugs,” which are end-of-the-year grants awarded to HIV/AIDS service organizations to use as they see fit. This year, nine Florida-based nonprofits each received a $3,000 grant and a 10th group, Basic NWFL, was awarded $5,000.

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$75k Granted for Drug Resistance Test

HIV Plus Magazine

Some hopeful news was revealed this week in the area of HIV drug resistance. Dr. Robert Shafer and his team at the Stanford University School of Medicine have received a $75,000 grant to continue their years of work toward developing a test that can detect a person’s resistance to HIV meds.

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$75k Grant to Develop a Test That Detects HIV Drug Resistance

POZ Magazine

Some hopeful news was revealed this week in the area of HIV drug resistance. Dr. Robert Shafer and his team at the Stanford University School of Medicine have received a $75,000 grant to continue their years of work toward developing a test that can detect a person’s resistance to HIV meds.

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FCAA Funder Spotlight: The Campbell Foundation

FCAA

As FCAA’s most recent resource tracking report shows, we have seen a trend of funding decreases among leading HIV funders. But there are a group of

funders going against the grain. In 2016, 67 private funders collectively increased their HIV- related philanthropic giving by $82 million. To honor their commitment, FCAA is shining a spotlight on a few of these organizations. To start, we spoke with Ken Rapkin, Executive Director of The Campbell Foundation.

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Campbell Foundation Meets for Cocktails to Fight HIV/AIDS

Sun-Sentinel

On February 25, about 100 guests and supporters gathered at the World AIDS Museum in Wilton Manors for The Campbell Foundation’s 23rd annual fundraiser and donor appreciation cocktail party. Dr. Alan Landay, professor in the Department of Microbial Pathogens and Immunity and assistant provost for Team Science at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, was the guest speaker.

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Campbell Foundation Grants 100k to HIV Research

Sun-Sentinel

HIV can cause many issues, including premature aging and a state of inflammation — to the point of spurring other illnesses. This is the case even when someone has their HIV under control with medication. With that in mind, the Philadelphia-based Wistar Institute and Fort Lauderdale’s Campbell Foundation have collaborated on what’s being called a “novel” look at the role of carbohydrate molecules in HIV comorbidities.

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How do Altered Sugar Molecules Affect Chronic Inflammation?

POZ Magazine

Florida-based nonprofit The Campbell Foundation awarded a $100,000 grant to The Wistar Institute’s Vaccine & Immunotherapy Center in Philadelphia to study a unique method of fighting chronic inflammation in people living with HIV.

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Campbell Foundation 2018 Fundraiser

South Florida Business Journal

The Campbell Foundation held its annual fundraiser at the World AIDS Museum & Education Center in Wilton Manors on Feb. 25.

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In HIV Funding, Fort Lauderdale's Campbell Foundation Raises Profile

South Florida Gay News

Fort Lauderdale is home to one of the top funding HIV/AIDS philanthropic organizations worldwide. In its annual report, Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) ranked the Campbell Foundation 80th out 392 global HIV/AIDS organizations.

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Campbell Foundation, Our Fund Give Grants in Time for Christmas

South Florida Gay News

With the goal of helping organizations dedicated to the LGBT community and anyone with HIV/AIDS, Our Fund and The Campbell Foundation handed out $145,000 in grants in December. The Campbell Foundation gave a $5,000 "holiday hug" to ten organizations totaling $50,000.

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