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Funders Concerned About AIDS released their annual "Philanthropic Support to Address HIV/AIDS"
 
 
  Today, Funders Concerned About AIDS released their annual "Philanthropic Support to Address HIV/AIDS" report. In the report, we learn that individuals and organizations working to address HIV/AIDS received $618 million in private philanthropic funding last year-an 8% increase from the previous year. To make significant progress toward ending the AIDS epidemic, this figure will need to continue to rise steadily between now and 2020. For more detailed information about where HIV funding dollars are coming from-and where they're being directed-we invite you to spend some time reading through the report's contents. Here at Gilead, we're proud to have provided $73.4 million in HIV/AIDS funding in 2014.
 
We're reaching out to you today because we thought it would be worthwhile to both you and your networks to share the report, highlighting the opportunity to tap into new and expanded funding sources.
 
We've included some sample messages that you can share with your networks below:
 
· "Check out @FCAA 2014 Giving Report and learn more about projects making a difference for people with #HIV"
 
· "Last year, #HIV funding grew 8% to $618M. See the largest funders in @FCAA Giving Report"
 
· "Curious about who funds #HIV projects, and the regions their $ supports? Find out more in new @FCAA Giving Report"
 
Thank you for your interest.
 
Amy Flood
VP, Public Affairs

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