Press Releases 2020
The Campbell Foundation Awards Grant to Researchers Studying Prevention Methods for Sexual Transmission of HIV in Women
FORT LAUDERDALE – Aug 10, 2020 – The Campbell Foundation, a Fort Lauderdale-based nonprofit that provides grants to support alternative clinical approaches to the treatment and prevention of HIV/AIDS, has awarded an $85,000 grant to Gilda Tachedjian, PhD., Head of Life Sciences and Principal Investigator at Burnet Institute in Melbourne, Australia. Click here to read more.
The Campbell Foundation Awards Emergency Grants to
Non-Profits Serving Florida's HIV/AIDS Community
The COVID-19 Pandemic Creates Financial Strain
FORT LAUDERDALE - April 23, 2020 - During these unprecedented times, nonprofit organizations serving the HIV/AIDS community have had to find unique and safe ways to deliver their services. From HIV testing, to mental health counseling, to housing and food distribution, these organizations cannot, and have not, turned their backs on this vulnerable population. As demand for services grows, many of these organizations are facing a huge financial strain. Click here to read more.
The Campbell Foundation Celebrates
25 Years of Funding HIV/AIDS Research
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL - Feb. 26, 2020 – Nearly 100 supporters and guests attended The Campbell Foundation’s 25th Anniversary celebration on Feb. 23, 2020 at ArtServe in Fort Lauderdale. Attendees included many members of the local AIDS support services community, including those from Latinos Salud, Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center, Care Resource and SunServe. Click here to read more.
The Campbell Foundation Awards Grant to Researcher
Seeking to Develop HIV/AIDS Vaccine
FORT LAUDERDALE – Jan. 16, 2020 – The Campbell Foundation, a Fort Lauderdale-based nonprofit which provides grants to support alternative clinical approaches to the treatment and prevention of HIV/AIDS, has awarded its first grant of the year to a Tel Aviv University researcher whose goal is to develop a vaccine to prevent HIV/AIDS. Click here to read more.