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Over the past 23 years, The Campbell Foundation has been funding HIV/AIDS research and providing grants to organizations serving the HIV-positive community. Some of our grantees wanted us to know what that funding has meant to them.

The Campbell Foundation's Executive Director Ken Rapkin and Get Out South Florida's Tom Hantzarides talk about HIV/AIDS in South Florida and the work that the foundation has done since it's inception in 1995.

The Campbell Foundation's Executive Director Ken Rapkin and Get Out South Florida's Tom Hantzarides talk about HIV/AIDS in South Florida and the work that the foundation has done since it's inception in 1995.

The Campbell Foundation awarded three Fast-Track grants to researchers with the University of Miami, Florida International University and Broward Health Comprehensive Care Center. Read more about it here.

The Campbell Foundation awarded three Fast-Track grants to researchers with the University of Miami, Florida International University and Broward Health Comprehensive Care Center. Read more about it here.

The Campbell Foundation celebrated 22 years of funding HIV/AIDS research during its annual fundraiser at the World AIDS Museum in Wilton Manors. Executive Director Ken Rapkin outlines the grants awarded by the foundation in 2016. Close to 100 supporters were on hand for the celebration.

The Campbell Foundation celebrated 22 years of funding HIV/AIDS research during its annual fundraiser at the World AIDS Museum in Wilton Manors. Executive Director Ken Rapkin outlines the grants awarded by the foundation in 2016. Close to 100 supporters were on hand for the celebration.

The Campbell Foundation is celebrating 21 years of funding HIV/AIDS research. Several of our supporters explain why they include the foundation in their giving and why others should consider doing so as well. We are thankful for everyone who supports the work we do. We could not do it without you!

The Campbell Foundation is celebrating 21 years of funding HIV/AIDS research. Several of our supporters explain why they include the foundation in their giving and why others should consider doing so as well. We are thankful for everyone who supports the work we do. We could not do it without you!

Stacy Hyde, Executive Director of Broward House, was guest speaker at the foundation's 21st anniversary celebration. Stacy talked about what the foundation's funding has meant to her organization and how it has made an impact in the lives of those with HIV/AIDS.

Stacy Hyde, Executive Director of Broward House, was guest speaker at the foundation's 21st anniversary celebration. Stacy talked about what the foundation's funding has meant to her organization and how it has made an impact in the lives of those with HIV/AIDS.

The Campbell Foundation's Program Officer Ken Rapkin and Latinos Salud Executive Director Stephen Fallon were invited to speak about HIV research funding and testing on Focus on South Florida. Click on the photo to watch the segment with host Irika Sargent.

The Campbell Foundation's Program Officer Ken Rapkin and Latinos Salud Executive Director Stephen Fallon were invited to speak about HIV research funding and testing on Focus on South Florida. Click on the photo to watch the segment with host Irika Sargent.

Did you know that every 12 seconds someone contracts AIDS and every 16 seconds someone dies from AIDS? Remarkable strides have been made to find a cure for the deadly disease. The Campbell Foundation is proud to have been a part of helping to find better treatments as well as a cure since its creation in 1995. Watch the video to learn more.

Did you know that every 12 seconds someone contracts AIDS and every 16 seconds someone dies from AIDS? Remarkable strides have been made to find a cure for the deadly disease. The Campbell Foundation is proud to have been a part of helping to find better treatments as well as a cure since its creation in 1995. Watch the video to learn more.

The Campbell Foundation has spent the past 20 years funding research. From various novel anti-HIV medication therapies, to the effects of steroids, nutrition and exercise on HIV positive males, the Campbell Foundation has provided more than $9.5 million in grants to some of the leading HIV/AIDS researchers around the world who otherwise might not receiving funding. Watch the video to find out how our funding has been used.

The Campbell Foundation has spent the past 20 years funding research. From various novel anti-HIV medication therapies, to the effects of steroids, nutrition and exercise on HIV positive males, the Campbell Foundation has provided more than $9.5 million in grants to some of the leading HIV/AIDS researchers around the world who otherwise might not receiving funding. Watch the video to find out how our funding has been used.

The Campbell Foundation is pleased to have worked with so many partners throughout the past 20 years. For our 20th Anniversary a number of them sent their thanks and well wishes.

The Campbell Foundation is pleased to have worked with so many partners throughout the past 20 years. For our 20th Anniversary a number of them sent their thanks and well wishes.

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