Firelight Foundation Strikes at HIV/AIDS from the Ground Up

The Firelight Foundation in Santa Cruz, California, is one of a handful of funders willing to underwrite the work of small, grass-roots, community based organizations addressing the needs of young people orphaned or infected by HIV/AIDS.The Foundation makes small grants, usually less than $10,000, to indigenous organizations, some with modest budgets and even more modest infrastructures.
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What Happens to AIDS Funding in Russia After Policy Changes?

The Clinton Foundation and the Gates Foundation are only two of the many well-known U.S. non-profit organizations entrenched in a long battle against HIV and AIDS. For both organizations, the fight rages on in all parts of the world, including the Russian Federation. That fight may all but end in Russia — at least for the Gates and Clinton Foundations.

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