A Growing Response to a Growing Need

Honoring #BlackHistory means investing in #BlackHealth

This Black History Month, the Southern HIV Impact Fund is highlighting partners working to address the persistent and disparate impact of HIV on Black communities. Meet the partners here.

Growing New Partnerships

HIV does not exist in a vacuum. It exists at the intersection of many social justice issues. To end the epidemic, we work in coalition with social movements.

Growing New FUNDS

We do our part to provide much-needed financial resources specifically for the U.S. South from our fund of 2.5 million private dollars.

Growing Leadership

We train and develop leaders who represent the HIV epidemic in the U.S. South, particularly those who are members of Black, Latinx, queer, and transgender communities.

WHO We Are

Meet the Southern HIV Impact Fund Partners

The South: A Proud Legacy of Social Justice Activism

The Deep South – with a strong legacy of social justice work focused on racial and gender equality – is well-positioned to address the intersecting barriers that fuel the South’s HIV epidemic, including poverty, inadequate education, persistent HIV stigma, racism, homophobia, and transphobia.

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Amplify Our Impact in the South
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The South is the epicenter of the U.S. HIV epidemic. Through a strong, and sustained response, the Southern HIV Fund seeks to end HIV, reduce health disparities in the South, provide unfettered access to care, and nurture a pipeline of local leadership to create catalytic and lasting change in the region.